Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: August 10, 1956
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
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t Official County Publication Established In 1879

\OLl.MK: SrAKNT\-EI STAKKK. FLORIDA nun.H'HirST 10, 1956



(' <'I / : ,1" _..LPOg Board Seeks Audit Of SheriffREDDISH I

WELCOMES AUDITBradford's County Commissioners Act On Request Of Lawtey Men

IC NV TC '; ae Who Charge Possible "Irregularities"The
l Sheriff

Bradford Hoard of County Commissioners Monday asked Go\
Come One ('orne11 1' ; i LeUoy iCollin.for .
: R JLi : k :pecial audit of the office of Sheriff R I) Reddish: after three men complained of j osMlk-

a l I x '' Issues Flat Denial:"irrejrularities" in the j-horiffs affairs

-, -. -r ...1. The Commission took trig ,n ;..d'.

ipon the request of three UixMi t \
:March Of The Flaming: ('runs '
Slit riff I* I D. I Keddi.sii this \uek "emphatically" denied men Hick Thomas H (' U.ur.-

tinrnniitirt nf his office has been in any way irrejrular: right anti Milo Smith

The sheriff added. "I 1 wel- | The thiee. along' with Co..11.-

i.ji.e a special audit at this and ending at the present time .\ t''a fry Hollis Knight. SIl,1) Ui"

i... : fit "I emphatically deny that im-sible inegularities include1 -!
the sees
\ governor
c. 1 .1 any such irregularities exist K i Abuse of the fee system! :
L ( 'Q l J to order the same.
/ (' Keddish's statement issued and wish to state to the people i .\ th resulting! overchaijre to ?>un-
of Bradford County that I !t. Hinds
y .' Wednesday in response to
I f have conducted office to the 21 I P.aments
my made bthe
t I Ii charges made at County Commission .
Yr.'I = best of my knowledge and said c .
= \ : meeting Monday, : ... If" e' ..
ability in strict compliant : "
impounding animals.
, "It has to atten- + : .. -
% come my
i :V I"i it 'I that absence with the law. s i Peonage the working of
i : t tion during my ; .
'I } I from this County three persons "My: office has been audited -- 14.L i intM.oners| for private piu'j -

i I I made accusations to the :regularly in the past and I (, .,.1"

; welcome! a special audit at this. Like Bombshell
of Commissioners -
; f- wyT1) I Board County
t trine if the Governor sees fit )- lJ. T'i ,unlit proposal dioppediin1
Bradford that ,
It I of County '
) to order the same"Heilbronn i !like a bombshell
certain irregularities exist in in an:
f. -- ..' "i. : ,i ,Mloutme meeting of the
I the administration of the Bradford --- ; j
',- I Sheriffs Office" ; : ; I I'; 01! "i: County CommissionersThe
I County
: '
) \ iJ "I also understand that upon ] Unit L. .. A'r.1' trio specified the audit

Ir the request of these individuals -" '1I1d,1' a three year period

I the Board of CountyCommissioners Ordered Closed Level Charges At SheriffThe The Commission decided to ask
.f has asked the an audit i'nverthe -

Goveinor for a special audit of three Intimm who ihargt-il 'possible "irrrgularitirs" and 'n" tears 1953. 1954. 195ri and I

my office (covering the period siifsfulh sought; County Commission hacking for a swfiil| auditof 1956; to date.

!c 01 time beginning with 1953 By School BoardThe .sheriff I'. I). Keddish's office are (left to right ) hick Thomas, The subject was broached :Monday

I Ir II. \\uinurisht., and :Milo Smith. I by Smith, a farmer who said

Bradford School Board Plans 35 Per Cent Complete he knew he was "stepping into
r t Bradford politics a little. He and Thomas.
t I Groups voted Monday to close down the who is Lawtey's town marshal

Women Of The Auxiliary grade school at Heilbronn Springsand referred to "rumors
"The Klan Is Christian. around the
Seek Woods Fire move the wooden structure Progress i county that the sheriff has been

; to Starke. Reportedi collecting fees he shouldn't have"
| The action was taken because
Flaming Cross Opens Meetinq i of drop in enrollment, with the | Wainwright, a service station
Control ; On U. S. I operator said the special auditI
i i prospect that two teachers would PavingAn I
; I was requests! because "it'll uncover -
have to handle four different 1 I
i, i things a regular audit will

The Klan MarchesAbout Another effort to bring Brad- >j!I grades.County School Siipt. Harmon optimistic picture for improvement of U. S. Highway '' never do." He apparently referred
ford's 133,000 wooded acres uni' Morgan said it was "just im- 301 north of Starke was painted for the Bradford County to the fact that the State Auditing -

der forest fire control is under- passible for teachers to do justice Commission by. a State Road Department engineer Monday j! Department currently is com-
with the 1 Dieting a routine audit nf_ the__
way endorsement of
to that many grades in one Jim Brewer of Lake City, a I n
150 robed and masked members of the Ku Klux Klan themselves ,
describing as: three key agricultural organizations -'!'day." I SRD district engineer, said way as having two separate lanes sheriffs office among others in
t plans ,
'Y"hrLstian Cnd fearinir people, staged rally drawing 750 south oi f
a or more spectators and the circulation of 10 with a mall separating north-south the Courthouse.
He said: the Heilbronn children ,| for the project are 35 per cent'
Starke Saturday night. K. A. ILexl Green two miles ri,apns ot unmasked faces. petitions. I I numbering about 60 in grades one complete. And he said the Road traffic.' The mall will have a.: To these remarks. Knight added:
The meeting opened with an I south of Starke. Klansmen said I' Once inside the barrier with A majority of the Bradford I Ia through eight, would be transported Department is in the process of cross-over at every intersecting People Should Know

eerie dance around a flaming 10- they leased the land for 48 hours. Klansmen, he was assigned L County Commission learning of' to Starke. The necessary(I I drafting J deeds for acquiring right I road plus every 1,000 feet inbuilt "In the past few months any
foot cross. It closed 50 robed who this development Monday I II' I.! shift in will''of up areas and every 2,000
minutes/ Preparations for the meeting; "guard" never left his| greet teaching personnel way.
later with prayer. I. I feet-in uninhabited t
a included a crude red-letter KKK side. Once, when he pointed a'ed the news enthusiastically. I I be made: Brewer said U.S. 301 has'ery' areas. i

figure The major who described speaker YOUthfUI\\ sign nailed to trees and facing I camera at an unmasked Klansman : Purpose of the drive is to se- Morgan said that four years high priority" and "they'll have County Commissioners E. L i
for focusing two cure forest fire r'ago the school had 100 students' Crawford and H. A. Bishop Jr
School traffic on U.S. 301 a string of purposes; protection fo start work on it soon.
a Sunday lam-I
basted Cov. Leroy Collins newspapers suspended bare electric bulbs for I KKK members rushed over to: the county. Under the program i i'j''and four teachers. Last year it j Right: Of Way insisted the Road Department acquire j

the U.S. Supreme' lighting, a loud speaker system halt the picturetaking.Many the Florida Forest Service erects 'enrolled 74 and had three tea- : The Commission followed the right of way This methj
and up
which played "This Ole House." ) : Wunien towers and furnishes the neces- ;: 'chers. When it became obvious od, they maintain, would be fair I Ito
i Court. 'I i his presentation by formally a king -
Klansmen Applause and a pickup truck for speak !1, A large number of those wea rsary: equipment and personnel to':'' 'enrollment would drop to 60 in i j the Road Department to acquire landowners and cheaper for |

er's platform. I I (Continued On Page Ten) control fires. September and only two teachers ,1 the county.
drew the of
His remarks frequent applause I' right way instead ,
i from robed Klansmen. Ap The platform was flanked by i District Forester Frank Lee of'could be spared. Heilbronn teaching I i lof depending on the county. Biew- Said Crawford: "We don't want ; 7

plause from the spectators was a KKK flag and the American j ]By Mayor Lake City told the County Com- ]1 principal L. H. Futch threat-,i! er was agreeable. any 'trading. You should get a f
he re-j I Flag with the U.S. mission the has the ened to resi no :j good appraisal, offer the landj j
more scattered although Flag facing i j. ( program endorsement I I Brewer said the road would
hand conclusion in the direction. I II of the Bradford Count 1 I Morgan said the wooden struc- owner no more and no less. If
re.ved a fine upon wrong i have a 174 foot right of ,
I I Police Soil I ture. suitatle for six classrooms, >f way ex- he doesn't take it,. let the court
Supervisors Farm Bureaand
of his speech. I, Color Denoted Rank Changes uwould be worth $60,000 if locatedin 'cept in to\\ns. Only current right decide."
The meeting was held in aweedfined i I Most of the Klansmen were Cattlemen's Association. Starke. "If "''of way problem he said, is in
pasture belonging to robed in white but He said about 10 i we leave it there, : Brewer Agrees
I a few wore petitions now Lawtey. He said the Road De-
I crimson or green. One member I Seen ProbableStarke are being circulated to put the I I he commented "we probablycouldn't :, partment is seeking Seaboard'Rail..ay Brewer agreed on this as the 1 st y.
get over $3,000 to $4.000.
I | most efficient
method. He said
I said the robe color denoted rank. fire control proposal on permission for
Totals $221,023Bradford i "The School Board felt it had'no using the
property would be
A rope fence separated spectators | the ballot in the November Gen-' alternative but to the some of the railroad's right of appraisedby
I Mayor W. T. eral Election. move a registered real estate man
Jackson Landowners of 50
aDd robed Klansmen. Four way.
Budget '>j robed guards posted at a gate,, told the he's City Council Tuesdanight y per cent (SS.OOO, acres) of the building locating school in it near Starke.the" elementary -I "We only need SO feet in Law- and offered the the exact landowner appraised amount
entire If the
completely satisfied
county's land musto"
area "
j: admitted Klan
only ,
members odisplayed 1 fey he commented "but
Morgan said the will unless
project call I I
with the ]landowner
services of "one or to sign for the proposal to on a condemnation -
go i
membership cards but policemen, but there's too much the ballot. for amending the budget and ap- the railroad cooperates, we'll have | suit would settle the issue
Finally AdoptedThe spectators could see the sere red 'nroval of State school authoritiesin to take 15 feet off everstore
tape involved in dismissing, Although Bradford
mony.A them immediately. County Commissioner; E. L. Tallahassee. Moving the buildd front in Lawtey. owes .
Crawford said he State $104,000, in road money,
already had
Telegraph newsman was ad- also will be to bid.
Jackson stressed he put Plenty Of Room >
I wan not ;: j Brewer
formality final adoptionof mitted past the barrier signed a petition and Commisas '- "The Board to "We would accrue Sheriff Reddish
rope onlyafter referring to the police force hopes have thA e have plenty of room. The ,
the 1956-57 budget was made pledging not to use sinners M. O. Harrell and H. building in Starke to the countnext year.
namesand 8 whole. by October, only question is whether the mile -
by the Bradford County Commis Klan titles or make photo- The subject came when Bishop Jr. they would enlist asa said Morgan noting that sonrenovating road will let us use it. I'm sure ]leaving about $70.000 for acquiring number of people have been in my
up j the right of The following office with
Lion Monday. soon as possible. will be necessary. it will." way. purported chargesIf
Ruby Johns, said the full $174.000 will the information it at all corI -
The budget, only One school year
$221023 she had received Lee said the county's share of bus has been serving
complaints about nrewedescril: d the new high-1 be available. I I reel, should check into it. In
large'r than last year'sprovides the you
$5,150 Three IncumbentsSeek parking violations in front ofMagnolia the the cost would amount to $3,990 a Heilbronn r.'hool.! It now will
for no increase ,in the : Hotel, across from the year. This amount could be raised i. bring the children to Starke with> Commission discussion disclosed I 'fairness to the sheriff and to

17.25:! mill tax rate. Postoffiee on Walnut St. from a three cent per" acre levy Mrs. George Reddish replacing W. For Palm Trees the right of way i is likely to yourselves this investigation

While the total figures are not "I've told the police over andover on the county's 133.000 forested C. Clemmons as drives Mrs. Emma i cost $100,000. which the county 'should be made. The people are

to be changed. Commissioner H Re-Election again that situation" said acres. Homesteads would be: ex- Griffis will drive the Lawtey route must pav Actual construction, 'entitled to it.

A Bishop Jr. insisted the county Jackson. "It doesn't rrem to do,I emPtor formerly handled by Mrs Reddish County Rejects cost estimated at $600,000 i in, "If the sheriff is right, he is

provide a piik-up truck for its much ood. They greet the viola In return for the $3.990. he i One Heilbronn teacher. Mrs Bradford County aloneill be 'entitled to this audit to clear the

I.. rod foreman, R. E. Jones. Other For City Council with a good-humoied slap on theback said the countwould get a fire Louise Crosby, will be transferred home by the State and Federal l I air of rumors. If he is wrong,

commissioners quickly agreed. and then walk on. 1 fighting unit costing $28,000 ana to the Starke elementary school.! Irregular BidAn governments. you're entitled to set the matter

'He should have transportation. "Frankly. I'd like to make If Futch retires as planned, he straight by having that money refunded -
nually including a abut n l"
Events "
although I know we're going in, moved swiftly on the change or two on the force nual payroll. will be replaced. ,

the hole," commented Bishop. Starke political front this week the city code requires that I press; The Heilbronn school was con- irregular bid for 164 palm Big Dad Plant Knight said the County Com-

Jones now gets $25 monthlyfor as 2S new voters registered' and i charges and maybe a public hearing He said Bradford and Union structed about 1935. when three trees, destined for Bradford County mission was directly concernedin
the three incumbent Councilmen Counties would be linked together smaller schools in the roadside two of the three
furnishing his o\\n transpor- before the Council. I could' area were beautification. was | -
tit'ort But Bishop said this arrangement qualified for re-election. press charges for nonperformancot on the fire protection net- consolidated. rejected by the County Commission Finance I ReoortPresented ."
The deadline work. A headquarters including J One. he said, concerns fees collected -
should be replacedwith I for"oter registration duty. but it simply isn't worthwhile. Monday.
a county-maintained truck: is noon Saturday. and a tower and the necessarv At the same time. Commission ;' by the sheriff when arrestsare

since "no man can be expectedto I City Clerk Carl Johns urged thoseinterestetl .It could get pretty hot, and it's:; tractors. fire plows and power Landowners Asked members questioned the desir- made by State Highway Patrolmen -
in their'names wagons would be constructed |: | The other, he continued
that to
furnish an automobile for ; voting get not worth while to me." ability of sticking strictly to
sort of rough service" on the books before then. But, indicated Jackson there on State Highway 16 west of palms for beautification parti- revolves around the "question regarding -

Circuit Court Clerk Charles The addition of 2S voters bringsto are possibilities changes on the. Starke.Twice before in 1950 and To Harvest Trees cularly m view of the cost. A financial report. showing the livestock.' truck" rental for hauling

Darby also advised the Commission about I.v50 the number of; police force when the policemen 1952 proposals for fire con- The Commission had asked for (City of Starke has donated $10.428to Refund I'oHsiMe
that the county could no registered city voters. The come for the building which houses the
City up reappointment sometime bids! on 164 palm trees measur-
trol in
longer make outright donationsti Council will meet Monday night; after the city elections Sept beaten at Bradford the polls.County were Gn Right Of Way ing four to five feet in height. Big Dad Manufacturing: plant was In both of these cases traffic
arrests and truck rental
such causes as the Chamber to strike off names of those 11- It anticipated paying about $6 'received by the City Council with'lttle Knight
of Commerce the and I deceased Commissioners speculated open- ': comment J said the county Wav be entitledto
library or moved. It will hear Jackson Tuesday.
also told the Council I apiece, which includes planting
iv at whether
Monday's meeting
;' Landowners refund of He would
the Bradford Fair Association.1He any complaints at the regular 1 believed with property adjacent The Council had asked for the. money.
e the election .
a The
pot bid
ice from.Skag'g's
R. only
A. (Lex Green fire control's to received was : }not elaborate.
said donations were recently 'Aug. 21 meeting. chief graded county roads report. since it donates
as now monthly
provided by the
City chief Landscape Gardening of j
in the would
opponent past were advised this But. he said, the county is not
banned to harvest
by State Atty. RichardW f Three City Council vacanciesare Charter, is bad policy He said} the this Jacksonville. It modified the specifications 'an amount equal to the plant'sutility
I oppose program year. the timber directly involved in the third
Ervin. on of
I to be filled in the Sept. 11 election makes the police chiel f Commissioner Crawford said right to palms two to three bill. The payment, which
I (Continued On 10))
Bat, said Darby, auditors would I election. AU three incumbants an independent officer not way because the county wants; amounts to about 230 monthly. Page
responsible h<" personally intended to acity sk' to :widen the roads. !i feet in height and pegged the
approve: if the county spent some i i iT. C Hazen Jr.. Ewell Lawson to policies set fourth by Green to support fire control. j 1 I price at $7 each. !is routed through the Chamber of

of its "advertising" funds paying -i'i ant Council Chairman James A. authorities. This was the upshot of an ex County Atty. Hollis Knight Commerce to Bradford Enterprises, No Protest
bills for these For: Lewis tended discussion by the County; a private group which was instru
causes. ,, paid their $30 qualification ( said the bid was irregular and ,
example, he said the county could I ., fees. Tuesday. City Hires Hornesby Commission Monday It stemmed | would have to be rejected. He mental; in securing the plant for

continue its $25 monthly au b-:! Candidates have until Aug. 21 OOpS For Dogcatcher Post from a complaint by Commissioner "i i: said the Board would have to re- Starke. :\e one likes paying taxes,

Idy: to the library by buying $25 J 1 I to qualify for the Council posts. H. A. Bishop Jr. that county I advertise before buying the smaller City Clerk Carl Johns said hew I but at least no one in Bradford -

H books monthly The Commission "!|' Since the political scene is so A SUrUe pow>r pUnt P m- The City of Starke swore i in a roads are altogether too narrow I palms. as Beetifpg an agreement to limit I County I* really mad

approved this procedure.In I( quiet, there appears a possibility p1 Jt'thand poised, waitedpatiently new dogcatcher Monday and he The bg: problem, he said, isf i Commissioner: H. A. Bishop Jr. the monthly payments to a set I about it.That's.

other actions, the Commission the three councilmen will have Tuesday for theclock's declared a "war on dogs." that timber is growing on the suggested a substitution of amount so they will not vary a conclusion drawn

: I I no opposition. ofn-ond hand to roach' The new official is Russell right of way The county never j I:i plants, since one firm apparentlyhas ) : with the monthly utility bill. I.. Monday when the Bradford

Agreed to clear a piece of The question was brought out the up-and-down point. Then Horn by, who was sworn in byIa.or has felt free to harvest or desI a corner on the palm market 1 "They could add air; conditioning County Commission met u a

School Board property west of' into the open at Tuesday's Council I he blew the noon signal on the W. T. Jackson. The Mayor ,: troy the timber because it could I "I believe we're shooting too high, :'or similar units and send the bill I'' Board o{, Equalization (o hear

the athletic field in starke for meeting, when Councilman 1.1 I power plant whistle. told Hornesby no dog is supposed mean dollars to the adjacent I myself." he added. Ii I up to $600 or $700 monthly," com- '' protest regarding 1956 pro-

a playground site. E. Clark asked if the election But it wasn't noon. Instead. :' to be unleashed in the city but I j, landowner. j i The county embarked on the mented John* "The city simply I' petty MMMRteiiU. i

Approved $1,000 bond for Johnny was necessary providing no opposition -,I it Nov 11 a.ni. "use your good judgem nt." "In most cases," said Bishop.' road beautification project at thDad e :/can't afford that. Not a single taxpayer appeared -

William Barden as a deputy'i i! developed. I! OUy Clerk Carl Johns mercifully The dogcatcher is paid $3 fee i I "the landowner gave us the r I request of the Starke GardenClub. i The report presented the rtiy to protest evaolatfons.

sheriff Harden is a night radio'.operator ''!' He was advised the election ; declined to Identity the '' fer each dog impounded Horn 3- right of way for nothing and Last year, it spent $400 i
for the Stark police! must be held regardless of Ii eager beaver by replaces I. '". Anderson who it wouldn't be fair for us to desi;Son, palms and budgeted $1.500 fo rthe, bulk of it resulting from the $8,877.759 with 15.958449 non-

"'"" I force I position. op- ''is 1 the new janitor at the Courthouse troy or harvest the timber. He I,I I beautification in the next fiscalI I $54.000 cost of the building and I exempt taxable property.I' .

should get the profits." I I year. $18.000 in mortgage payments.

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AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAFarmer's Waycross. Mrs. Alice Langford with the FrasJc: Cru e5. '.\GE TWO 1
editorialSome <.
...... DiaryBy Dock of Jacksonville. Mrs. Land visited in Jacksonville the Elmer.as reported, but given to Fred Lang has recover" ,1 i fi.vn: f f
... fled! is staying this week. first of the week with her sister- Ruben }lo:ley. Clarence's brother, her
.. Sam Mcd'arvey; operation and wa.ii> o ; > bbai -> I
... Ms and Mrs. G. W. Roberts m-law. Mis. Grady Melton.Mr. and Ruben is the one who got
.. k in church Sunday: mr.; I
Things Needed Worse .... and Bob Crawford spent Sunday and Mrs. Robert Carlton the house. But it belonged to him and n ght. t j
... :>.fmU"! 1 have mote ..ma.than 1:1 St. Ga.
George. and son spent last weekend with and he did not take anything by
.. I Know ReCarter was with! \
v.l"lt; to do ';
MachinesThe ... w.th Mr. and Mrs Ernest Williamsand their parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. mistake. We legiet our error and
Than Voting ... Saturday night and del.i.-t.. ..
... son of Wellborn were week- Cailton of Lake Butler, and Mr.and hope this explanation is satis- : |
... J B. White is busy these days end guests of the Hubert Priest Mrs. Frank Cruce of Lawtey.Mrs. factory to all. wonderful message (.n the ii .r-

proposed earmarking of $30.000 of Bradford ...... making hay while the sun shines. family. Bernice Duncan spent last We will miss Barney Thomas of .i (,.'. ,.-: Iev.: pit--- >:.
County's racing revenue for the purchase of ... He. too, says that his cattle are
weekend with her parents. Mr. P.:i 'i tIt 't' neSiti'
... Gary Bennett is visiting his and little granddaughter in : .n' : :: -
voting machines seems to have caused considerable ... looking very good. cousins. Richard and Dobby Bennett and :\11';;. Frank C 'u<'e and then d.In, ht and all are m\ .'.. i tROBBINS ,
... church She has btvnpern)
in the realm of local ngh
dismay particularly returned to Tallahassee IWI !
and their families in Diy- \\ t' :e,1I h1:
school administration where it was predicted that While visiting around every she :s hung neal bCLAY \ : ,- summer with !Iw: ytir.dpaient -

Board's share of this amount ... about bet' once in a while someone \\illiook tona.Mr. .- ln.t, hot ni.I'hct:! la-no .iad! !
the loss of the School to talk i tes and Mrs. Rowell Prevatt \ 0'-1.1. 1.0thf' nu Kst.-r:
($10.000)) would cause a "shut down" of the again, and first thing: we know at Sam and say: "I looked for had as guests during the weekend IVVWVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVWV..'1 ""k II.': h..h : i 'lit; : Ct.t .1" brook piirM'-si/c fountain prn> inusti'l

county's schools. we'll have the "f \'er" and start you to be a much older man'!" Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fors 'th. Mrs I..j.\ ( ..hades.Onl> $'.' :;S at Bradford -

Whether or not this dire prediction would act- gelling ready to set out plantsa As a matter of fact that animated Ina !night: and son, Ronnie and HILL Ur ,--i :' i:" :\i! ( ountv Telegraph
scarecrow whose
cannot but do know a.n. Haven't heard much talk horseface is Tom Forsyth all of Hampton. '
ually come to pass. we SlY we shown at the top of his column _: ._ ,, : 1t =
about berries so far. but in these and Mrs. Ernie -- :" : _: _.._ : :
that the diversion of $10,000 at this time would will be JS if he lives to Southerland and ") .Mrv J i.. :Mr,,'M.iihlAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA;
see August -
dog days it Ls hard to work up daughter. :Marilyn of Lake But-
have serious repercussions on all three sharers of work. :30. It is Bermuda grass and .
enthusiasm for ler, and the Rufus
any Rigdon
the race track money the School Board, the s s a few other woes that made him familyof
Jacksonville! Johnny and Russ :Mi and :silts
F.I fill': padgttl
Board of County Commissioners, and the Brad- sound older.
Visited with a couple of fine sell Rigdon remained for a week's went to North Carolina t,> take
ford County Hospital. old ( ?) Bradford County retired Irene'two granddaughter! home FINAL CLEARANCE
It seems to us that a lot more thinking needsto farmers this week, Mr. and Mrs. Alice is busy these days. Spends visit.Mr. and! Mrs Lawton Conner after they had spent the sumnift

be done on the subject of voting machines be- 1. L. (Lawton I Conner. Weshouldn't most of her time with a spraygunin and Mi. and Mrs Frazier Shaw with their grandparents and othci!

fore any such drastic action is taken. As desir- say old because they her hand.! We don't dare leave were Sunday afternoon guests of relatives here

able as the machines might be in two or three of certainly are as spry as can be. anything out on the kitchen table. :'IIrs.Iar)' Reddish. Clart n'eosley: of Jacksonville F
or else the ants will it off. =
the county's more populous precincts. there are Lawton us feeling so chipper we carry Marvin I* Cruce. son ofr.. spent Sunday with relate .

at least two alternatives that would make the asked him to come help set out Spilled some and syrup on the table and Mrs Frank M Cruce has reenlisted at Clay Hill He informs u> th.it:
one day. when
we came back
some berries Mrs. Conner gave ) -M: the Army after -tw w<- m.ulf .1 mi.-t.ikt- I.i.st
purchase of voting machines unnecessary during in v.etn -
the table had been 1Il0'edsix
this time when all departments of the county Alice a lot of plants and flowers inches. in}; fun' \ IIHI' i> now '.it Ft 'it'A- T'ulittle ii.one.-.t I ui:,!
from the wonderful collection she .1.iik,, ,.. ,
S t' h. ,
< 'UI'lIg' -i I. \ 1 list 'n I"" '"r F'1' t (1'-
government are facing critical fund shortages.The .
has. .
ill1- ,
I-- "Ml It'll I II "III :" .c .
first alternative would be redistricting Got a real kick in the teeth All Our Summer

the county's voting precincts so that the largerones We've been thinking that all this week, when our car just -

would be cut down to size. This is a simple the rain might be bringing the about "tore up. It was rennin:

procedure and should have been done long ago. lakes in the county up but the fine and all of a sudden it sounded DRESSES

The North Starke precinct has four times as report we have is that Brooklyn like an old fashion coff.pgrind.r YOU !

many voters as the recommended precinct limit Lake is so low the folks there with rocks in it. They

of 500. Naturally this causes congestion confusion have swapped their boats for say money talks but all it keeps $ JOO
is saying to us is Goodbye.
camels This probably
and delay in counting. But it could easily be report
avoided. Washington County in West Florida, greatly from the exaggerated jokester. Ducky as it Linsin.comes Not long ago we noticed a vine II .

with a population approximately the same asBradford's growing' on the compost heap. It C H: r 0 ICE L+ .i f

has some 1C or 18 precincts. while we Now apparently is a good time tinned out to be Hutbard squashand

have eight. for farmers with little woodlotsto the vine has just about taken 1( is- .

The other alternative that might relieve the sell their pulpwood, for it is over the kitchen garden. If it

situation, even without redistricting. would be bringing the highest price within keeps on growing, this end of

the use in all precincts of the system of counting the memory of folks around here. Bradford County will soon be _

votes that was so effectively demonstrated in We were offered $10 a unit for covet ed. Model HC-11 s FOOD Values To $14.95

the North Starke precinct in the recent primaries. woods along the highway, and v SIZES 7 TO H
another man we talked to was Sorry to hear that Zedra Ham-
Instead of the traditional call-tally method a
offered $8 for scrapping overa ilton has had another accident FREEZERYOUR
system was used whereby each race was counted piece of his property. Seems he got a piece of steel in EXTRA SPECIAL !
the ballots marked for each candidate -
eye but hear that he is recovering CHOICE OF EITHER

in a given race were placed in individual Leo has a new name. Now it is all right. '-...-... 11 (U. FT. G-E leT

stacks and then counted. This system which is Flea-O. Taint funny, says Leo. \% OR UPRIGHT FREEZER l All Girls

authorized by law. was shown to be just as accurate as he scratches and tries to get Sam isn't straying too far a- /

or even more so, than the call-tally meth- rid of the pests. round our place now. It is over- Olt/ : BATHINGSUITS
od. and cut the counting time to a fraction of with weeds
grown and there Ls
what it had been before. Everywhere we go we hear ;n 4
no telling what he might find if
We do not say that the purchase of voting ma- folks say that their cattle are

chines is not desirable for Bradford County if doing well. Indeed, some like he went exploring. What does 9$ ikCAPACITY
Troy Bennett say that "The cows one do when one finds a still on $24970CHEST
(and that is a mighty big IF) they could be fin-
look better now than I can reLAWTFY his property!
anced by orthodox means. We do say, however 1

that a very thorough study of the situation shouldbe .............VV......... I''eningguests of Mr. and Mrs. < a1t'
made before tapping a source that is the life N. G. Molt in Brooker.
I -
blood of three of our most important departmentsof \ Fred Moore Jr. is spendingsome $102i'

government. time with his brotherinlaw Ss ,
and sister, Mr. l 7
and Mrs.' Wes-
11 Thomas in Hendersonville, N. FREEZER +

Maybe SuperstitionBut .
Mr and Mrs. Clyde Hiatt and LATCH, COUNTIIIAUNCIB uo, IM.IUIO Y
The J. R. Devore family spent U6HT ALUMINUM UNU FOI FAWHIIZIN6.
Ga. with family were at Crystal River for .
It's Sure A Hot One! last week in Atlanta. the weekend.Mrs. SIZES 4 TO 14
Mr and Mrs. David Devore. UPRIGHT FREEZER
Thelma Prevatt Mrs. ASSTI). PATTERNS
Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Hicks and and WITH MAGNETIC DOOR ,

This is the time of year that dogs become rabid Richard Hicks of Plant City Juanita Harper of Starke, were 'I4'... ...a,. IllI l $ ultMlr. unit. ..... '

collards "ain't fit" to eat, injured animals were weekend guests of Mrs. Vol- over night guests of Mr. and M llrCONVINIfNC( CALOICI CHOI.OKI I SUT, '

will surely die. and the fishing is poor. ley Reddish. Mrs. Eve Godwin of Mis J. C. Prevail in Ocala on HMOVAIK UKlVft. 4 FtifZINS AND' AOJUSIAIlf tUI'ACIS. TIMttlA.TUU DOOI. ,
Yep. the Almanac reports that Dog Days started Starke came for the day on Sunday CONIIOl
Mis. Fred Moore and her sister -
July 25.: According to all rules of the .
game as Mrs. Jewell of R
Royal Tampa
reported in the dictionary, we're in for "a four to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Robelin snent Tues.hand Wednesday at Model HU-11N

six week period from July until September char- of Jal'ksonville'isitpd Mrs Georgia Jacksonville Beach with another o Ins

acterized by hot. humid weather." Mrs.Ann Elnora Sapp on Bennett Sunday.of Jacksonville sister Miss Rachel Boyer G. J. MCGRIFF!

Historically speaking the period starts when attended services at the Mrs. Casey Dobbs and sons ot

the dog star. Sirius. is at a certain point in the First Baptist Church Sunday Sanford spent last week with her

heavens. This probably accounts for much of the morning and was the dinner parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arlie GENERAL ELECTRIC APPLIANCESStarke The Store Of Values
Dobbs. Mr. Dobbs came for the
superstition.For .
guest of the Troy Bennetts.Mr.

scientists agree. there's little more chance and Mrs. Carl Peavy Mis weekend and carried his family Fla. .. .- -- ..' '. _' ..- ..;.. ..- ---.
home. -. .. --. .. .. .. ..
-- -- < -- -
for a dog to become rabid now than there was Garah Donman. and Mrs. Lelia -

six months ago. Rabies is transmitted by bites Peavy of Ocoee \'isited11'. and Mr. and Mrs. Giles Mitchell re- .
turned home in Lebanon, Va.
Carl Prevatt on Sunday.Mr. on
and scratches and attest to Mrs.
postman can

dog-trouble as a year-round your proposition. Jacksonville. ana Mrs.were Ralph weekend Smart guestsof of with Sunday relatives, after here.spending sometime Nothing takes to the road like a Chevy] !

Years ago. hot and usually moist conditions
Mrs. Mattie Henderson.Mr. Mrs Clara Ryder of Fair Hope.
doubtless highly suitable for the of
were spread and Mrs. E. J. Tyner and Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hig-
in blue
all infections a moon a car like this siveness to touch the wheel
and. of course, screw worms. That family of Sanford are spendingsome ginbotham of Baldwin were week- your on T i
comes along-a design so advanced brakes and accelerator.
explains the taboo concerning animal operations
time with Mrs. Tyner's end guests of the Mitchell Brown in
performance bal-
and injuries, but it hardly applies in these daysof father. J. B. Teston. family.Mr. anced that it stands so beautifully out Above You can see that the '56 Chevy is w

modern medicines.As Mrs. Fate Redd and family of and Mrs. Tom Slade of every other car on the highway a standout for style. But until ;you \
for fishing, it's true that hot weather gets Macon is here to b with her Starke attended church at the have driven one you're missing the w _

the fish down too. They simply do not stir about mother 1
and feed as much as they do in cooler weather, recuperating from a recent Slade was the guest speaker. going that makes driving safer that Chevrolet is the smoothest, '

and consequently they're not too interested in operation. Ernest Wells, who is employedin and more pleasant on any road. solidest, \vedded-to-the-road America's largest selling car-

the fisherman's best lure. Mr. and Mrs M. C. MoAleer Mobile Ala., spent the weekend And you feel a very special sense automobile ever bossed. Try it 2 million more owners than any

So much for knocking superstition in the and family of Virginia Beach. are with his mother. Mrs Mae Wells. of security in its rapid-fire r'esponand see other make!
here for a'isit with Mr. and
Miss Arthurine Blanchard! oflacksonville
head. From here on out. there's one belief we You gel more car when buy it. dollars
Mrs. N. P. Hicks. was the weekend you more you/ sell it! Curry has the highest resale value of the leading low-priced models
absolutely refuse to challange. It concerns the
weather. Deepest sympathy is extendedto guest of the A. M. Blanchards. --- F ---
the Mitchell Brown family in Mr. and Mrs. Bryant Reddish -
We'll confess that Do Day weather i is hot
'; the loss of their precious littlegirl had as guests during the wee

and sticky. and it's a good time to seek the shade Elaine Ryder. Mr. and Mrs. E M. Spence and VII111lJGlj. CHEVROLET
down by the meadow brook. Mrs. Madeline Prevail and family of Juneau. Alaska. Mr S

Superstitution or not, we all can give. It sure family of the State Farm were and Mrs Howell Jones of Bell-

is hot J Sunday guests of Mr and Mrs. glade, and Mrs. J. M Wilson of

Willie Reddish.Mr. Jacksonville.

and Mrs. R. \\'. Mosley returned Mrs Grace Adkins of Chief-

He Needed It More from Orlando on Saturday land visited the Winton Parrish

after an extended stay with family last week. She carried Pa-

their son. P. W. and family. tricia and Reese Parrish with her

Than He Realized Then"I Their daughter-in-law, Charlotte to Blonnlstown to visit their

who was in an automobile accident grandmother Mrs. Ella Stephen-

probably need it. but I don't want it." is improving slowly t

This was the significant remark made by Clin- Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Phillipsof son.Dave Shuford carried Commodore -

ton Withington. 19-year-old sailor when offereda Val do were Saturday evening Crews to Tallahassee on

guests of the O J. Phillips family. :'Ilomawhere! he entered the
small l Bible from the purse of a stenographeras
The public is cordially invitedto \v. T Edwards Hospital as a pa-
he left Starke
the Florida Bank at with a box:
attend the Homecoming which
full of stolen money on July ;3. tientMr
will be observed at the First Baptist and Mrs. Jack Estes were
Last; week the youth was sentenced to ten
Church Sunday Aug. 12.
on attending to business in Jacksonville -
years in prison for the bold daylight robbery. Miss Elizabeth Terry returned on Wednesday. -

Perhaps now he will have both the time and the Saturday from Tallahassee with Mr and Mrs D. R Stone haveas .

desire to read the book that the well-meaning Mrs Joyce Futi-h and Miss Mary guests the Senior Stones and ,y BUS

stenographer offered him. but he didn't want on Julia Futrh Miss Terry visited Mr and Mrs Stanley Stone of

the morning of July 5. her uncle tl'alter Terry, in Chat- Philadelphia. Pa.

Somehow that terse remark by Clinton With- lahoochee while away. The H Markhams of Gainesville ; tip 'y r s

ington seems to sum up a philosophy that accountsfor Mr. and Mrs Fort Stokes of are visiting Mr. and Mrs

many of the ills of the world today. Too manyof Ocoee were recent guests of Mr. Dan Starling.Mrs. .
and Mrs. Lonnie Teston Donald Floyd Martin and of
us know what we need but we don't want to son
Teston went home with his uncle
Daytona an visiting Mr. and
take the remedy until it is too late.
and aunt for a visit.
\11'0. Sam Hicks.
Chances are that. before the ten
years are upsClinton
Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Crews of
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Anders and
Withington will be asking for the book
Jacksonville WE're'isiting the Guy Billy were weekend guests of Mr.
he turned his back upon four weeks ago. Futch family last Sunday. and Mrs. Johnny Jenkins in Tampa -

Mrs. Earl Hatcher and family The 'TTe :: .r :ape pith Body br fnhtr-we of 20 Chevrolet feeo.fie..
i2525ZSZ52S 5Zt'252St'.525252 iS252525.52525Z5Z of Tampa are visiting her mother Mrs. Truman Norman and sons r-

Mrs. Lou Griffis. They, with and Mrs. Carl Prevatt Monday
were '
Only franchised Chevrolet
THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH dealers display this famous
the Percy Griffis family and the guests of Mr and Mrs. L. H. trademark

EST. 1878FLORIDA'S Tex Wilson family enjoyed a picric Harper and family at their Kingsley -

at the Joe Frigo place on Lake home.
I @ OLOt-ST: WEEKLY NEWSPAPER Kingsley Lake last Saturday eve Miss Gayle Moore spent from
.. ning.Mr. Monday until Wednesday with CHEVROLET CO0
I UNDER THE SAMS: MASTHEAD.' and Mrs. Brown Bennett with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Mixon atKingsley
and family of Miami are visiting
MATTER AT THE POST orrii-E AT STARKE. FLORIDA UNDER the Mitchell Brown family Mr and Mrs T L. \V'ainwrihthad
THE ACT Of MARCH. 3, 1879.2S25252S2S2S2S2S2S2S2S25252S2S2S25252SZS25Z5ZS2SZ52S25. -411II West Call St. _
Rev an.lIrs.. Edgar Wilkinson weekend guests their son. Starke, Fla. Phone
. and family were Saturday Jack: and Miss Cam! Barrow of ,

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U................... ........... i' !>:!lt;><1 Sunday afternoon will: : their son and daughter-m-law. :Ptaike: used< the D, tr.,,-t'chopper ,f .-. _. -.,- -.... "--'"__ ....-.":..". .-, iI--,. ,-.'....:, _h"'..'..)<;- ....:t'.s.... Vo.... -.,..,-_. .,,-.I',f- -L- '0-.): ":'W..n.i'}'<:"7".. :J;:, '
two children, Mary Ann and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mulling Jr. I to i lit down their tubadstalks. \ cO

who are at Crystal Lake I II Col. Emma Vogel and Major When you cut down the I RELAX! TAKE IT EASY! ENJOY EASY-TO-PAY FOOD BILLS WITH .
KEYSTONE I Felie Clark of Gainesville left stalks, you are able to turn the .. ,
; -., '
By Mary Kay Schaeffer Phone )' Friends of Mrs. W. 'o. Dawson i Saturday July 2S, for Sanibel I ground better. By turning under .: ;, .''f. ,,'' .-..; ". ,-. : .' .;--; -
week all the trash will not only help ', <
Island for : :
_YYTYTTYYYTYYTTTTTYTTTTii.School____ _______'WWYWwww.www.. VT . ..._. sorry she is having so much Mr. and a Mrs. Joe Lewis of build up the soil but it will iut : .. : 1
with her broken wrist and .
To Ojx'n Sept 4 party given for it wall heal soon. Mrs. Daw- Spaita. Ga. are visiting Mrs. :M.: down on the food for bugs. ... -",- D' oeo rJi _-;--. FOODS !

Clay county teachers will start er, Mrs. \V. B. ': is the newly-elected president! !J :M. Sargent. --- -- :

back to work on August 13, this :, home on ': the Keystone Heights Woman's Ray and Faye :Maxwell: who Tom Carey used the Distiut's ,,,. ..., : !'\>,.q, ; >

year, for a three-weeks work-, ty was held in j:1 and is active in many civic II make their home .with their rotocycle mower to control the f'?>., ,..: ::': ,: :..'.:,<: < -,: '<<' '_:_" :
shop course in Green Cove and after i grandmother Mrs. :M. M. Sargent, weeds in his pastures. His placeis :

Springs. School will start Tues- attended a j Xice to see Miss: ': Lola Snider i have just returned from a 10- located in the Lawtey section /
pre-school ;' i visit in Eldorado Springs, :\10..1: { ;A&P 15RAND Wodse Cut Cheddar
day, Sept. 4. Date for Setting For 'k in Keystone after being away' day
registration has not yet been an i j Overheard Dr. ': so long. We are also glad to| where they were guests of I J. R. Wainwright use,| the Du- I ,.. \
nounced. i, and G. E. j uncle and aunt Mr. and :Mrs. C. trkt's I 1 Pound Cut
the cute little house coming j grain drill to plant soy- MILD CHEESE
Clinton West, a former Jack- tion about ': so nicely which is to be '! J. Richards. The children went beans. Soybeans are a good thing .1 51C
his! in Belote's 'II -liss'l by car with their father, Charles I I 1 !
sonville teacher, his wife, and I new home. I to plant after almost any chip I \\\I, i
two children are now residing in that Dr. Jimmy Fox son of Everett and :Maxwell. You can make hay. combine for I
the Cox house on Lake Keystone,,I trip to that Fox spent a recent week'I Mrs. Emory Cooper spent July\ seed or turn it under for a land I r ANN PAGE Rich Creamy '1
the Jim.to do some | 23-27 in Gainesville attending the builder.
occupied by I j, I
in Beach with :
Saunters family. Mr. West will be' novel which i, Home Demonstration Short Course II I Quart Jar
Alec Livingston. I
the new principal here this year, there in the I II Scotty and Andrea Thomas'j i and State Meeting which was [ The Board of Supervisors fo'-'' >(,0\\\ --MAYONNAISE 53C
Honored At Stork-Shower I Civil War. Mr. | daughters of Mr. and Mrs held at the University.Mr. the Bradford Soil ConservationDistrict i I Youll\\
been to Mexico : I Mrs. L. Hulin of Jack- .
,1 and
Mrs. Key Sargent was the guestof L. Thomas of Gainesville are held their regular month-,
honor at stork shower given,, recommending I :Mr.i sonville spent last weekend 'I
a of their grandparents meeting at Lloyd Green's home.
.| for the | their son and family. :Mr.: and Ily
by Mrs. C. E. Mitchell on July Mrs. W. L. Reynolds Sr.,, Plans made to attend the SWAXSOX'SBONED
lYrsonakI1 Charles Hulin at Lake Santa were
.1 Mrs.
27. About 25 persons were Ares their parents are enjoying\| -
Fe. i State meeting. whir'h will\ be heldin TURKEY 5-* Can
ent. and Mrs. Sargent received Mrs. Stella vacation in the Reynold's cot 33C
useful been visiting I Mr and Mrs. Frank Walrath Oilando August :!2-23:
beautiful gifts
many and 'I| in Highlands N. C.
Celebrates Birthday daughter and Mrs. Mae Wood and Mr! I Jr. and children are vacationing ION.\ Tender Sweet SWAXSOX'S

Billy Belote Jr., who was fivi ; ed to Hippie returned to i I this month in :Mexico. Tentarelli oJ '. ";' 1;; !:_- .!'-:_' J-.. BONED CHICKEN 5-oz Can 35C
.i! Mr. and :Mrs.: Louis
years old on August 1, was th guest of honor at a birthdaj;f :i visit. They \ few day's visit with Mrs. Wood'' .' of Philadelphia pa. were recent A&1 Our Finest
brother. -
-\ and! Mrs A. It daughter and family in Jackson.:guests, of :Mrs.: Tenterelli's LORIDASTHEATRE PEAS
and family. The 233'It
dren. After 1 ville. GeorgeIassa., SLICED PINEAPPLE
EVERYTHING IX Tied will I l JTentarelirs also visited two othe--
gens Earl H Meiklem and Mrs 1 F
Port Okla. 1 brothers of Mrs. T. in Maine .\&
E Stitrhberry left Keystone am:i : 10 oz. 1'kj:
i and wereexpected
TILEAlso I and in
:Mr. and i drove to Eastern Shore, Md. 01 iCity
to stop here again en 1LB.CAHNIKLETS STRAWBERRIES 2For 43C
: i
1 and son have August 2 for a pleasant weekend.1 13C
vacation in :'olr.fec.klem: then returned to hi;:j route home. .
W. J. Andre went to visit 10 oz 1'ku
1.1 j Mrs.
they \ :
I home in Pittsburgh Pa., and Mrs
PRE-CAST and other Stitch berry remained for a tim e her daughterIrs.:: :M.: Monisonn' BROCCOLI SPEARS 2 For 33C
CEMENT STEPS I Dr. and at Eastern Shore. Ir.Iecklen ;' in Winter Park on August 1. She DOl'KLE) FKATIRE

children of ,t had been visiting his sister, Mrs;"I. ', expects to return Aug. 10, when WITH HIS WETS, WEAPONS ANDWOMEN RICH'S
JUDD TILE CO. i i spending a UPPUES'I in | the Morrisons come to Keystone
Margaret Tracy Keystone.
to Atlanta.r m FACED v/crour-OK/ WHIP TOPPING 7 Con
i Mrs. Wilson's : : Mr. and Mrs. Chester Mood;yon| their way SUDDEN or 35C
127 Lafayette St. I : Mrs. R. J. Loftus and!
:Mrs. Fred and children vacationing; fo 1 Mr and
Phone 215-J i Palms. '\ two weeks in South Florida. i their small son, and :\11's. Loftus' F < ,, Whole Kernel

\ '-II'. and Mrs R. H. Tison of Jacksor brother.: Jim Gilmore of Monroe I I Thick Sliced I Breakfast

vine has been visiting her fiieru:' ::Mich spent a five-day vacation i I' 2 Pounds For

r- :Mis. Carl Carnes, on Brookly 1.1' in Sarasota last week. Jim will BACON 19C

Bay for a week. I return Michigan: the latter parts CORN
NO DOWN :\11'5.Iary: Luck who make' |I of August.
her home with her daughter. Mr s- \ Dr. and Mrs. C. :M: Boohci SUPER RK.HT;) Extra Lean

rail fames, is visiting in vaiiou::9 have returned to New Castle, Pa's
. palls of Xoith Carolina th:' I after visiting their son-in-law and Per Lb.

summer i daughter. Mr. and :Mrs Don Morp'gan. rWID 11oz Can GROUND BEEF 39C
$9 A A 36 MONTHLY PAYIE :Mi :and Mis Bill Lipscomb who live in the Chnstofer! 1SC

of Portsmouth. Va. have bee'n cottage. SCREEN
I visiting Mrs Josephine Mai'Dai v Mr. and Mrs Bert ChI istoffet.I' .-
$600" set i l entertained Col. and Mrs
Mr andh's J F Mulling <)f Harold Ashley, and the Christof- COLD CUTS SLICEDNew

LOANS UP TO $ Tampa spent last weekend wit i .h fer's soninIaLt.. Charles H

Newman at dinner at the Sea England SAUSAGE 8 oz. 39c
i Turtle. Jacksonville Death Sundry -

iiCOLONIALFLORIST evening. July 22 after which Our-Own HONEY HAM 8 oz. 39c
they took Lt. Newman to his

ship the S. S. Antietam. SLICED BOLOGNA
8 23c
Why Put Off :Mrs Libby Campbell and datigh- CHILL WILLS-LANCE FULLER
'I returned from a
tees vacation have in just several stales. While CATHY DOWNS- JEANNE CAGNEY TEA SMOKED LIVER By The Piece

I away they attended the weddingof A HOWCO PRODUCTION
1 SAUSAGE Per Pound 39c
Mrs. Campbell's oldest daughter AM
PHONE 218 :
Needed Paint
Repairs Nancy Elizabeth Morris to
ATTACKED The Slab Breakfast

Add a Room Screen (j) :,, Ronald ginia. Francis Williams in Vir- 1'1 I.. Savage Slaves Of / Lb. Pk. 99C BACON Per Pound 29c

:, :Mrs. John Thornqulst and her A THE MOON GODDESS!
BUILD A flABACK ADD A ; sister :Miss Ruth Ohlson recently WPEIMlinilT Tender

FIXTURES SEPTIC TANK ; FLOWERSFor !! spent a week in Miami. Returning \ PICNIC HAM Per Pound 37c

SYSTEMS ALL REPAIRS home, they were joined in St .
All Occasions -
MODELING LABOR ;i Petersburg by an old friend ITPEnHJaIT11 Meat

MATERIALS DISH GARDENSPOTTED Mrs Harold Welshonse whvisited SKINLESS FRANKS 1 Pound Pkg. 43c
them in Keystone for i MI'' f fr fra
Applications At Our Office PLANTSPOTTERY about a week. 1 -

Miss Elizabeth AllmendingerMrs. Our-Own Blend .
Store Hours: Open 7:00 Till 5:30 : Florence Hippie, :Mrs Wood'!. '
I Friday Close Noon on :Miss: Mal
Mrs. Agnes Lawrence Per Lb.
Flowers JJ'iredAnywhere POLE
tha Schick, and Mrs. Eunic BEANS 15CSn I

STARKE BUILDERS Kemmen. accompanied:: A..1 TEA
I } Holl to }meson Airport in Jack y
I sonville. Thursday evening Augr/
PHONE 333 or i Nona St. Stark e for eet Seedless
2, where she boarded a plane
I I 'Pittsburgh, Pa. to visit her son
'- Per Pound
I '7" _. : .. .', r
Dr. Paul Holl, and family. 7-2 Lb. Pk. GRAPES 1SC
Mr and Mrs. A. Valenti of SSC

Jacksonville spent the weekend

with the John B. Dye family on!
n taiulraui rcruru Luscious (oldenBANANAS
Lake Geneva.
: i, Mrs. Harry J. Smith of Chicago JOHNNY Per Pound
OPERATION 1 fOR BETTER '111. is visiting the Herbert Nel WEISSMULLER 10C

1 ** '' son's. Mrs. Smith is :Mrs. Net
I 1LJ.A 1U1 : 'FARMING.. : son's aunt.

Lt. and :Mrs. Charles Newman
Yes tie difference in Jay's "SUPER-RKiHT"; Lunch
Jl.IlJUU lig
ooo < are the parents of twin girls 1
t rural scene U that ever-ReJJy elec. I bom Tuesday afternoon July 31 VOCADOES 2 For

i trio svtitch. County agents can give in the Naval Hospital in East 19CMEA
'" .) up-to-date advice on latest laborsaving I Greenwich. R. I. Mrs. Newman
... .. -
1.' method There are so !many | is the former Dot Christoffers of 1M BYII>!I.1IWJ(SiAIIL01BLt T
0 | Keystone, and the Newman family my a IIIU
: new ways you can gain more Fresh Bartlett
... ,;, plan to come to Keystone to visit
t}. efficiency, more proCt anJ -- ---
: for a time before going to their Per Pound
:- '' yesteryear's back THE JAYWALKER
s ease new station in Miami, where they PEARS 1 17C
.':I" '" .-:: :+ breaking chores, i expect' to he for two yearn ('AHTOONAND 312-0% Cans 79C

; <+ aY electrically! :

."s iy.r -: CHAI'T. NO. 2, SEA HOUND Vine Ripe

*1, Sun. Mon. Tues.Aug EACH

12.. 13.:. I IWed. HONEYDEWS 49C
P.r*'O' v.w.INaIEW-

PARD 2 For Laundry Bright Sale

J Soil Conservation J.\ PARKER{ Lemon DOG FOOD 29c BLEACH Qt. 13c

:; NEWSBy ill'' DETERGENT RED Faciax Tissue LARGE
Bill Haas )
: SAIL Reg. 23c KLEENEX 27c
-ti 1. Wade Gaskins used the Districts -
gram drill to plant Ses- LIQUID M'INT&Goz. TOILET TISSUE; :{ For

bmia! Wade turned a field of LUX 59c WALDORF
.. ,r. r AND 23c
Pensacola Hahia and planted row

crops on it. The field that he FELIX THE FOX 8-/n. Each REG UKR. HAn 3 For

turned was in Pensacola Bahia 39C RINSO 31c LUX
Reg. SOAP 25c
fur about four years. I came up ., Thurs. Fri .

11 r I II on Wade disking another field of Aujr. 15, 16, 17 KEEBLEK TOWN HOUS
1 ; Bahui that he had turned. I asked

I FOR E:::::: ..-n. -n"'..1 'UI1..':'';', I him how he felt about turning. THE PICTURE THAT'S CRACKERS 23CNBC
the! sod and putting in row noji-
lIe loaned back in the tratif:

Ml through our home, e.tt put his foot up on the stet: -
: 'I'. Sunshine Sen ice mf wheel and said "See here D'\ PREM SALTINES 1 Lb. 25C

"-Bitches the -- '- we have just got to put all t'uors.imr JANE I PARKER TASTYOranqe
matchless'1 convenience su lona BrandFLOUR
materal we can back .n'
of modern ii% Chiffon
living in the the soil" He went on to say t1. r: 25 Pounds $1.63
kiuhen, in the laundry he had less insect and d.sc" -
less work more ..
damage this year than he i i-
;ViMire, for happier .
ever had. "The grass seem
lunch! tiring! .W4. .t r- i, clear the soil of diseases," :. CAKE I-
+I IRe '
/ / : Y- marked Wade. M_., .r..r NN .rw.1. MM rr
Says '
y ..: / ',,' 1 J
VI !hen jour kitchen i- !
Tat Miller used the Distil, r. 1 1 1 1 1
ill rtr.! trie"t jd 9 I
.. , : fertilize 11_ Ring
'" I 'r l'dr ""I't' i i fertilizer spreader to Large
urtp' ': pastures after taking off the hi'; WARNER BROS.- ace..TECHNICOLOR 43C w ew. wort .uw. r. w .u I

!<> ; You have to fertilize your pa.--: Mrr'a,rwatto NC aorta tt IR1WN AULN

t'J : .J.POWER; & :: ..,.11 r't: }.. good tures hay if you crops.want to keep gettir.p 1 WNilBaUr Y/l 412 Call St. I

t1 i i BLACK FURY SHORT Starke Fla. I:

,, ,.. ... ,.. ,- ... Berry Dyle Jr. P. O. Starlingof 1
'..'':.+'-':. IIi"W":" "'*='-'""' ':' .. '._- ..""" '" ,, ,' ;:: .." '" ',::.,..; Graham and Marklee Starlingof I -. .- '- .---- -- : -- .

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f. I I' I ,I 1 I Ia Re-Election SoughtBy t way you \\ritt'. Con.e in and se- Itf.Tf the
I ,. .,. ..
f II Council StudiesRecreation !" 1"t' in1I'theruiso
I James A. Lewis I Icet jour favorite I>TERIiROKFountain the allegation- if n 1
Complaint will be taken as Co flf.-

City Council Head i i IVn. TEE.Ef: H.\I'Ii. t-d This t>y you notice shall t>e pt>I.ll!.>ijure 5
Plan rash week for four conruttd:
C TUB RIGHT weeks In the Bradford County Tc e-
City Council Chairman James POINT for the graph.

1'a't.l th! J ilav .f \ .
A. LewIs. advertising chief of L.
r i .
IUi'k'reILSEar.l'narlr..tl'lerk ",iro>
the Bradfoid County Tel 'graph. For Younger Seti :\olln.; 10 of the Clrult"ur'
Whew' These last few 'I'I:"t
days Paul .
of and Ruth .
Meng !
Gladys Mooty this week announced for reelection In tirruit ('"urt. Itradfurd County, fly Marian 1. Crosby Deputy ClfkMIIMI
have certainly made me envious Vickie Struth celebrated her 9th Kloritl.lt In t hnnrrrr.LOuIM. ;''j 4:
Phone 35 to his Starke Council seat. : i'.
\Vrrcia ; .
I of the men folks who can at least birthday Tuesday with a luncheontheatre'palty tear! II ,. ilarr, Tlantiff. : '1'11\ ti i/ \ iii'Thf \
!: A ptopus; i to fu>n:"h S100( .t-! I > : n't.uittaIrr mi
with his .
resides wife and
.., little relief from the heat ,', Tli. > \
"1 II I II I ijet a for a few fnends. .i-- :\ .n 7J", Citv >tlll; tr! tlf
I i ibirthday 1 I two children at 323: N. Church St monthly for a 'teenager lecrea-; ;, To tppearT Stark. FI'r"la..11 M"ity t' ',
with a flat-top haircut while we Tommy Edwards observed his 5th ..
tional IT.i'l: II ';..nl*. wii".. r.-t. < lull! In The <"IM i ? -
Miss Plans ;Mrs. H. Raulerson lie has been Starke resident program was taken under ,
Starling J. poor girls must swelter underour Aug. 2 with a party for a .1..11" ., iuI adds'.4.t. HartMrn li.-e ">n TutMiat. The .'1-' I Ie\I'
j for 32 i consideration by the Sta-ke Council ; t, j'vrt-Ul..uh, \ .rg.nd. Anpuvt A. I'.. i".">r.. .\> \ t r.-..It'Iutlaz'rs !
\Vedding This Month; Honored With Shower tresses That eggbaldtrim 20 young friends The cake years. i Tuesday night. i You are hereby iiotlflrd tiat a K: For The "I' .' !1'''"'
worn by Yul Brynner in I[ was handsomely decorated cow- I f He was first elected as city suit for Hearing Comi'lamtAmi !:, i -:
To Roman M. Alvarez 1 1Mrs I Tine; proposal was made by Ass't DivorceHas 1'".tnn"fly A- To The \.iiu. "t *
And Party August "Tha King And I" looked mighty ;I boy style councilman eight years ago. He BUS Principal Tom Casey Jr.. bern filed against yeu In the Vii.p. ilKeal Or INrw'-nal! t'. '01 \ .
cool and comfortable but how !I Jimmy and JoAnn Rowe leave j has served as council chairman I I'I' I Uove named Court ant causand .1 .\- Feed: ISy Tl>e Tax .V-. -
\eae.y' \ James Hardy Raulerson consecutive who said the recreational pro- you are rrqaired to eerie a copy of K..r The Year 1!':S<>. \ ...n.t Tinner .
i for the last four
.t-- does his girl friend pull his hair? | Aug. 15 for Ft. Benning, Ga. :
I 'I' pram this summer was financedby tour answer or plra ,
the former Kathryn Kelly, a recent By the way, see more and :I where Jimmy has another year years. i iI complaint on the PlaintiffatlnriK. '. (I.IFFI"I.t7.J..)
honored at a the State. But he said it wcome .\ .I 1/:1'.v -\ l.i u -
bride was more of the men about to with the He's Lewis said he felt this ". ., ,"" '
young i I i go Army |I I'alllll I i \ J.ll'l u'] > l'l; .,n'1...:, ,rha.rman t.'*
t lovely tea-shower Wednesday town are bleaching their crew been home on 30-day leave after ence on the Council would eXperi-j to a halt unless funds are I'm] :d.,. J,t ,,* >i\ !,. K i ,i., 'M\ "I' Stark. F'.i; 1
four to six o'clockat I I provided for the 10-month school ai.d file the original In the office of ,Tail J"hnu" '' "1'MITCHELL'S
Aug. 1, from cuts these days Roddy Strut[ service in Korea JoAnn will j valuable at a time when the city' the ritrk nf the Circuit Court on or b re :t '
a Woman's Club. I session.
the Starke Lamar Shaw, Raymond Stefanelli, I continue her studies at the University I is expanding its functions and -
the affair were Casey said from 100 to 201! )
for ,
Hostesses and Buck Gill to mention a few of Georgia extension : services. I

Mrs. Maxia Carter, Sr., :Mrs. Maybe they figure that a school in Columbus Hazel and "I've been nonored to serve teenagers a night have participated DRUG STORE GIVES
i ii skating I
Dinkins. in
Carl Mathews, Mrs. L. F. dancing ping pong
light top reflects the heat Dave Paulk were hosts Thursday
Starke of
during a period great
Dave i and similar activities at the
Green and Mrs I II
Mrs. Lex Might have something there night at a steak fry for Jimmy growth" said Lewis. "I have seen USO this summer. Supervising GREEN STAMPS. SAVE ON YOUR ,

Paulk The toys continue to steal the and JoAnn at the Paulk home on I construction of new
house was beautiful power personnel was paid by the State
The club limelight this week, what with Crosby Lake The Lennard '
arrangements of pink t and plant, expansion of sewers and Minimum Foundation program PRESCRIPTIONS AND OTHER PUR-
with Bud Lawson entering Bradford j Registers are in their new Saratoga : other utilities, and increased
vantage pointy Since State funds are not
6t red roses placed County Hospital Tuesday with' i Heights home at 1315 W. '
The tea table, in the I ;, street paving. during the school year, h(' CHASES BY COLLECTING GREEN
,J throughout.was overlaid with a an infection and Billy Dodd in J; Blanding:: St. The X. L. Wood- I "But the job is not yet finished. said it would take $100 to operate
sunroom, the same hospital Friday to Tues burn family of Palatka have
It's desire to serve the city
: cloth and my month. This would allow STAMPS AT
; imported lace 40 hours a MITCHELL'S.
\ lovely .
day with near pneumonia : moved into the Kincaid apaitI until the work is completed. Much
with arrangementof for operation two afternoons
\ centered flanked by two- Hear that Raymond Stefanelli. I, ment at 326 X. Walnut St., and lemains to be done, for example, and week.
roses one night a
pink with : Lamar Shaw and Roddy Struth] the D. E. Blains have moved to in the fields of sewer expansionand
candle-holders To illustrate 'teenager enthusiasm
*"* L'4 branch silver c 1I
while coming Clair St.
bride's had a narrow escape 519 St. street improvements.
The said
w for the Casey
tapers. program
.,. i burning pink from work at Humphreys Sorry to hear that Jeannette
,..... : display on liner "Because of my experience on 170 youngsters had bought S2
.4.- ....__" ',, I I gifts were tables on in the auditorium. I last Friday night Their car Kincaid has had to give up her the Council. feel qualified to memberships to finance the skating
Tyt --/ ;. ? covered guests at 1 (which wasn't being driven fast newly opened flower business xaccount !'E'1"tht' citizens of Staike. Irespel'tfnlly Skate rental
: I Dinkins greeted
1- Mrs.
struck water puddle doctor's orders .
to : I heart a of request their supportin
i door and presented brought in $139 during the Sum
rah receiving line composed ol or soft shoulder during a downpour Levy Canova Jr. and his fiancee the Sept 11 fleition" mer. \ 1Gn1

the mother Mrs. J.R. :' and overturned on new leave this weekend for San Jose Casey I \ '
her Councilmen complimented
:Miss Jo Starling daughter the honoree The month's visit I
Betty of Blanding Road car was Casta Rico for a \ \ % 1
I KElly Mrs. H. B. Raulerson I Brownlee Rites for the program which he
of Mr. and Mrs. Joe S. Starling [ Paulk, allrs. : badly bunged up but none of, with her parents Former
I Mrs. Oave conducted this summer. Casey
of Starke and Roman M. Alvarez Santa Fe, Mathews : the boys was hurt Then, too Callstreeters Joe and Lois Thom
I Lex Green. Mrs. was told his proposal would te:: /
son of Mr. and Mrs. O. R.I gueststo ; : -Dennis Mathews and weekend as and children of Crescent City Held In StarkeMrs. ) fN
Mrs. Carter invited I I studied when the Council undertakes
Alvarez also of Starke, will be: and J. Mc-' west Jack Brandeis of JaxBeaih. spent this week at the Denmark \

united in marriage in the Pine' the tea table. Mrs. G. Parks [ were traveling along Col- : cottage on Kingsley Congrats to adopt a budget;: probablv! I

Level Baptist Church on Friday, ;riff, Sr. and Mrs. Ethel ley Road Saturday night whena I to Shep and Mary Faber who Elizabeth Logan Brownlee, September.. \:

Aug. 31. at 8 p. m. Rev. W. E'I served ice cream. hostesses were tire blew out and sent the car I I i are the proud parents of the first !,6. widow of James L. Brownlee I In other actions. the Council

Hall will be the officiating minis' Serving as floor Mrs. L. H. Jennings :! into a ditch, where they hit a''i twins born .in the new Bradford'ounty (,f Staike. died Monday night i in agreed: -

ter. Irs. C. J. Houpt.Roberts Mrs. J culvert Jack was hurt about I I Hospital Big event p convalescent home in Gainesville : '. To purchase diesel oil at 10.51 _
Carl .
No local invitations are being Mrs. Jack Parker and I the mouth and Dennis required; took place at 4 a. m. Tuesday after an extended illness. cents a gallon and! lubricating --- I
mailed, but all friends and relatives H DuPre, Mundy. Passing trays 'seven stitches in his ear the!, Sorry to hear that Dr. Mark herring Born Sept. 1. I860 in Woodland I oil at 75 cents gallon from the .

are invited to attend. : Mrs. W. B. Betty Lou Harris, : car was a wreck is quite ill in a Waynesville.Nr. Miss., she was the daughter Gulf Oil Corp., and to purchase ,

were Misses Maxine Andrews.Lu Hear that Lynell Dodd is working C. hospital of the late Hugh and Mary: gasoline at 223 rents a gallon

I Judy Dankel Jackie Parker, and as secretary at Diival Jewelry Quite a round of parties this I E. Moirison Logan. She came to from the Phillips 6t> firm of Jerome ,

Birthday Anniversary Green in Jacksonville The James week in honor of Diana Smith. Starke in 1S85 with her husband Johns. Both were low bidsfor .
JoAnn York. 1 1
Dinner Party Honors Mrs. presented Irs. i Hobbs family spent the past week who is visiting from Winter Garden and lived for many years a year's supply.To i
hostesses I
i The silver vegetabledish : at the Conway house on SilverIke Flora Slade did the honorsatmdav at their home west of Stark pay Junius Smith $750 forthe ,t'I. Ii
80Mr. with a ;
S. H. Thompson, Raulerson memento of the occa i Notice that the foundation night, and dancing atop I Mrs. Brownlee was a member sewer lift station site and its I.i

as a for the Slade boathouse the feature of the First Presbyterian Churchof t
S. H. Thompson : has been laid Herlong was access on Alligator Creek. Smith l
and Mrs.
of Lake Butler, formerly of Law- i sion.More than 200 guests were invited I and Norma Jean Adams' new, attraction Tuesday night Staike and was active in the earlier had donated the site, withthe I

tey, celebrated Mr. Thompson's to attend this delightful affair. ., home on Blanding Road between Frances Landrum entertained :}tthe I early building and financing program Council agreeing to construct

Mth birthday July 19 with a' Harts[ and Godwin Cary Naz- home of Al and Vivian Harley of the thiirch. She was also a street in leturn. The $7.>0 is

dinner at their home I : worth left Monday for induction and Thursday night Mary : active in the United Daughters to release! the city from the moral

Sunday.birthday July 22. Woman's Club Seeks i I into the Army at Jax. Carl Agnes Matthews was hostess forDiana : of the Confederacy for many; obligation and was recommended

those who attended I and Doris Gabreis who, with fami- [ and friends at Kingsley years. by City Atty. Arch Thomas as

were Among Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wilki- Magazines And Books ly, left for their home in Detroit : 'Sail for now See you in the I Surviving are her daughter, "the cheapest way out.:'

and Mrs. Dan Starling on Tuesday, were given a farewell next Mrs. A. V. Long of Gainesville,
Mr.son,and Mrs. H. T. Bennett Gary For Prison Inmates I party Saturday night at the 1 1I Carolyn and a sister, Mrs. Ella Harley of Bradford's Majorette
Houston Miss. She was the mother

Bennett Bennett and Mr. son.and Mr.Mrs and Buster Irs. I Members of the collecting Staike magazines Won (I Regular Meets Held Hazen Is CandidateFor of the late H. L and J. M.Brownlee Trials Slated Monday
Club are
an's surviving
: of Stal kl' Also
Donald Bennett and sons Mr. and books, as part of their MethodistVSCS Two-Year Term
I and
and Mr.and'Mrs. 1 begiven By are nine grandchildren. 16 Tryouts for new Bradford Majorettes -

Mrs I. .B.Bennett Thompson Wilkison, all summer project Florida, which State will Prison Units In Past Week On Starke's Council great!: grandchildren and four will be held Monday at Hundreds Of Wonderful Free Prizes To

to the great great piandchildren. !9 a. m.. Bandmaster Elden Mathew Merchandise
Select From. All
of Iawtey.Mr. at Lowell.
L. Thompson. I for Women i Mrs. T. H. Slade leader pte-i City Count ilman T. C. Hazen Jr, Funeral services were held S announced this week.
.and and Mrs. 11. U Thompson I Books of any variety are acceptable sented a program on the meaning Sinclair bulk dealer in Starke. I r Wednesday morning at 11 o'clockin Mathews said only members So Why Not Concentrate Your Pur-

Mr Johns and including novels, mysteries emblem and goals for this week announced for election to the First Presbyterian Chunhwith of the BUS band
Mr. and Mrs. Azure I and allthe of the are eligIble. chases Here Where You Can SAVE As
Everette educational, religious, when Circle 1 to his first full two-year term on the pastor. Rev. W. S. Mc- Each
Mr. and Mrs. I the quadrennial girl must play her band
and daughter. Mrs. Marjone ; popular magazines. Contributions of the First Methodist WSCS met the Starke Council. I I Alilev. officiating. Interment was instrument successfully before You Spend.MITCHELL'S. .

Rowe Rosier and Ann Rosier Mr. and I may be left at the Bradford Ave.or Tuesday morning at 10 o'tlock in !! Hazen has served on the Coun ;; in Cro.sbv Lake Cemetery under starting the majorette tryouts

Glenn Williamson and son. County Library on Temple Starke 1 the home of Mrs. T. T. Long. Miss cil since Jan. 1., when he was se- the direction of DeWitt C. Jones Mathews asked the girls to iepoit DRUG STORE

Mrs.and Miss Lilly Stokes, all of drop a card to the will be Amy Coturn condu.-tej the de-'jlected by the Council itself to fill Funeral Home. at the Band Building

Jaiksonville.Mrs I Woman's Club and they ) votional. I vacancy caused by the resignation i i Active pall bearers were Marrus 9 a.m. Monday.

Harris and Mrs. picked up. and Mrs. V. of L. O. Hazen. Conant. Milton Brownlee.Eail .
Thelma I C. T."aJe i
Mrs. He said the
Charlotte Jones and family of i The first collection will be delivered O. Bridges were hostesses whenCircle I T. 'C. Hazen Jr., 40, was born Johnson. Dr. J. W. Brown 1 consist of twirling an individual tn'outwiJ1 The 1 P. Store

and Mrs. H. T. Markham to the prison next week asthe in the educational in Brooker but has resided in lee. F. A. Canova and Jim Chas-
Mr. met
Starke; 2 I inutine. strutting an, the leai
| fling
and family of Gainesville.; warden states reading material building Monday aftrnoon at 9:30' J Staike 20 years. He spent five tE'en.Ewell. of a new routine.

Canady of Moniac, Ca: is very much in need. and devotional -I years in the Air Force duringi
Mrs. Ella o'el ck. The program I ,. ..,
and )Ir. K. i World War II. He and his wife rev Seeks -- -
Mrs. E. Lawson .
Mr. Mark Thompson were given by '- ,. n, .:: :
and family e of side at 303 S. Orange St.
John Thompson I Junior Women Stage !i Perryman.Mrs. Third 2-Year Term
Hazen. last was vice ('hairI -

Mu'judd year
Palatka.Mr Bruce Thompson and family and Kingsley Lake Party I A.entertained F. Sauls Circle and 3 Monday I man of the nine-member city Zoning On Starke Council Remember!

Venton Thompson at Board a temporary group
Mr. o'clock
and the Junior Woman's afternoon at 3:30: ( I
of St. George. Ga.; Mr i Members Sauls. Miss which zoned the City of Starke Ewell Lawson. ( per atni
family and family of Toll I Club held a Coca-Cola party; the home of Mrs. i! Once the city was zoned, he meat business. this week
Noah Stokes Mr. Allen Stokes ofSt. Wednesday morning at the Kingsley Kate Struth gave the was selected by the Council as announced for re-elcition for athird

,10. Ga: and Lake home of Mrs. [axieCarter and )Irs.1.. W. Lance presented the Board of tht. SUrkeCity
Augustine.Mr. ? member of Adjustment 2-year term on FACTORY CLOSEOUTOF
Jr. as part of their summer the program. which handles zoning mat Council.
and Mrs. A. G. Loulilm Sr. social program. 1! The Wesleyan Service Guild ters. He was chairman of that Lawson, who resides at 24> KWater .

of Kevstone Heights recently returned 1 Hostesses for the affair wereMrs. Unit 2. a newly organized group "body when the Council selected St., is associated in business LIVING ROOM

from a trip to Mr. Carter, Mrs. S. G. Denmark met Tuesday night at the home him to fill the vacancy on the with his brother. H. A Lawson. -.

London's home in Belfast Ireland. Mrs. B. C. Holtzendorf Jr., Mrs.Carl 01115.. Don Page. with Mrs j Council itself. He has a wife and two childlen -

Lamar Johns Mrs. Stanley Lola Gaibett as co-hostess. During j I Ilazen said that. if elected Sept. t, Jerry 23, who is in the AnForce

-. -- Noegel. and Mrs. Doyle Conner. the business meeting. presided 11, he will "('arry out the duties and Jimmy, 13. .1 student

Enjoying the pad from 10-12: over bv Mrs. R. S. Mullins, president i! of office to the best of my ability at Bradford High.

,,"lock were approximately 30 the group planned to study and judgement." Lawson was first elected to! theCouncil

in Southeast Asia in 1952 and le-elt-iied in
DA-.BK members. The Church i TABLESAi

FLA.Sunday during the fall study course. 1 Final Services Held 197)4.: He has resided in Staike for

STARKE Mrs. Harry 16
member years. .
Recent Birth: j :Mooty A new was appointed publicity !For Mrs. J. H. Kelly i "I have served on the r.un"li

Monday, Tuesday Brad Locke gave i during a period of unprecedented
Mr. and )[rs. J. M. Alvarez, .hairman. Mrs. I
13 H Lou Hill- Funeral services were held yesterday growth," said Lawson.. "I 1 feel I
August 12. Raiford. a daughter Kathy Jo, 1 the ,devotional and Mrs I .' I
DOUBLE FEATURE the program. (Thursday) at 3 p.m. in am familiar with the Clt\ S affairs -
born Aug. 6, in Doctors Hospital endahl presented I
MAKETTLE next meeting will be Sept. ; New Hope Primitive Baptist and this experience makes
AND The '
PA of Mrs. Lockewith Church for Mrs. Frances Gro- me better qualified to serve
4 at the home I
Mrs Carolyn Redgrave as 1! over Kelley SO. who died Tuesday the people of Staike.j DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANY

( at her residence. I j "For this reason. I earnestly

IN THE OZARKS co-hostess j Mrs. Kelley, a member of the support their vote and support in

Marjorie Main & Arthur Baptist faith was the widow of the city election Sept. 11"

Hunnicutt \VSCS MeetingC'lrile : Joseph H. Kelley. A native of

AND i Florida, she was a Brooker re- I Comedy Team SlatedAt

OUTPOST Four of the First Methodist [! sident for 45 years. Her parents I j $

HELL'S WSCS will meet in thleneation ('I|' were J. R. and Martha DeLoach I Florida TheatreAnother TOAgIOESo

nod Cameron & Joan Leslie building Monday night,' i i Dukes.Surviving. i I

Plus Color Cartoon Auk 13. at S o'clock. Hostesses iiI are six sons. R. C >' Martin and Lewis comedy pF

will to Mrs E. J. Sthwab, ami:I this one on a Western theme
Groover of Miami J. M. Groover
Wed Thurs. Au!!. 15. 16 Mrs A L Crosby Jr. appears at the Florida Theatre
of Oak Ridge Term.. J B. Gro- ]
DOUBLE FEATURE ? Sunday for a three day inn
of Lacoochee M R. Gro-i,
'Ai .. ; The two comedians, Dean Martin .
SLIGHTLYSCARLET over of Jacksonville, F. M. Gro T.
'i' Jerry Lewis appeal in
over CIty. and J. R. Crooner of Dade! "Pardners" as six-gun toting Westerners at LESS than

Fleming I Featured are song, dances
John Payne & Rhonda CHARLEY E. JOHNS & SON F.mr daughters Mrs. E. B |I: and novelty numbels.I .

AND flLS1The Ciosbv and Mrs. A. I. Mann of;I! The picture was filmed in Te,'h-
MAN about this questionI Brooker. Mrs. Martha Palk of
THE LIMPING I nicolor Vista-Vision agam-t the 4. WHOLESALE COST

Starring! Lloyd Bridges Trenton and Mrs. J. A. Williamsof II I background of Arizona'.> Superstition

for Kids am replacing my herd with Hampton: a brother. J. M Mountains. Co-stais ;include -
Plus Cartoon ,,1 I I
Bradford County Hospiteamumm.es Dukes Worthington sisters
pure-bred cattle at a cost of : ; Lord Nelson Jeff MO-M.W

Fri., Sat. Aug. 1/,1S about $500; each. The loss ofa I the following birth i;: Mrs. Wade Thomas of Gainesville I and Jackie Loughery ,i itent Your Neighbor Purchased One Or More .

DOUBLE FEATURECRASHING head at that price will ser- !I Mr and Mrs. Alva Rudolp:h and Mrs. Eliza Rosson of Lake- ,' Miss USA title holder
1 Leona] d I land: 31 grandchildren and 17
S.ipp of Starke. a son.
iou:>ly upset my finances. Is great-grandchildren. --ASK HER ABOUT THE BARGAINS--
William Aug. 5. I
there kind of livestock Masons To Initiate
Interment in the New
was Hope
LAS VEGASLeo I Mr and Mrs. James A. Peter
insurance which will cover my Primitive Baptist Church Ceme- Bradford Lodge No. 35 F and
son of Starke, a daughte;.t 515,000 WORTH OF TABLES LEFT
the Bowery
Corcey; and cattle in case of death from 1 Blank he Annette, Aug. 5. tery with DeWitt C. Jones Fun- AM will initiate two candidates,

Boys any cause? eral home in charge. for the Entered Apprentice Degree
i Mr Mrs- hepard M. FaI .
ANDJESSE : and Monday Aug. 13. at 8 p mAll

JAMES' I I ber of Staike. twin sons Somue;..1 BROOKEKBUTI Entered Apprentues a:<' ui !:"-

WOMEN Charley E Johns I I Walton and Robin-Wilson, Aug." I T Clll'RCIII ed to attend.Children's. DENMARK FURNITURE COMPANYOF

Castle & Donald Barry I, Mr and Mrs. L. Gene Frogg.5 : Sunday School 10 a.m.101'0: CommitteeThe
I & Son
Plus Serial Chap. 9 and AgencyPhone announce the birth of a daughter'. ing Worship, 11 a.m.; Training Children's Commttetwii'' STARKE

Cartoon for Kids Cheryl Anne, on July 25! fc Union) 7 p.m.; Evening Worship. meet at noon Mondayn *n.- Mf-

i. FEATURE Wuesthoff Memorial Hospital, Cocoa -8pm ; The Hour of Prayer. Wed- hodist educational building An 434 446 W. Call St. Phone 151
Starke, Fla. Mrs Frogge is the forme:r nesday. S C. B. Stalling-\ .
pm. interesting program with a guest .. -- .- _...
I June Patel of Starke. pastor. speaker is planned. ._ _, __ .- _. n __ ._ -. n __ -" __ ___. __ ___.. __ _..-_'






FR1D\Y. Al'GrST 10. 1956

i ..-, --,- -. -- Friends of Mrs.- O.- W." White}I i, Mrs Dwight Marshall and children !I II I,. Kelly: WIll arm today by plane Mis R F Young left Tuesday Agnes Lawson returned home!1 Mrs. Paul Raymond. Mrs H.

I Sr. will regret to hear that she of Apalachicola are visiting :: from Washington, D. C. for a few to pend several days wIth rela- Sunday from the Baptist summer ,, O Dansby and Mrs. Ralph V-!

in the Bradford her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben days visit with their mother. Mrs. trees at Fort McCoy and also lo1! t varez and daughter Dorothy.. :
was a patient I camp at Tampa where she has !!
Hospital from Tuesdayto Rowland for two weeks. !, Anne Kelly, and brother. Scabby] get her mother, Mrs S R. Loxe tended the funeral last Friday .:.
County .'i Kelly. at Lake \Veir who will return spent the past six weeks. Fay Jacksonville of inlant 1VlsucLeslie :
Thursday where she was receiving Mrs. W. B. Mundy and Mrs Edna -
broken wIth Mrs Young for a three Lawson. who is alto! at the suite III son of Mi .r'ii Mi,
1P&t6natk5 treatments for a Hutchinson left Wednesday for Larry Martinez of Jacksonville
Wrist. She broke her wrist when the Baptist WMU Assembly campat j is visiting his grandparents M'Ir.I weeks visit. camp will retain h<':ic this I.t'slle.lr Mrs 1.,1:.' :ht':::1', e

she slipped and fell on the steps Ridgectest, N. C. for a week. I and Mrs. Joe Martinez for two Attending a family reunion at weekend. ot .Mi-5 Alvarez!

to the Springs at Green Cove i Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Jackson weeks. Lake Alfred on Sunday were the

, Springs on Tuesday. and family: spent Sunday with I Mr and Mrs J. M. Edwards families of II. A. Lawson. M L. I I
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., I Shi Smith is the new manager 1 Mr and Mrs. Fred Leonard tn spent the weekend in Panama Lawson J. T. Lawson, and Ewell

! Mrs L. S. Hutto returned Wed Mr and Mrs Claude Crowson of the Pure Oil Service Station Keystone Heights. Lawson. Forty-seven members of
. North and Mr and M rS. W J. the former manager, I City.Mrs. the family attended the gather
last week from Epper Dan Priest,
nesday of : 1: Sally Lawson is visiting her Bruce Davis of Arcadia
She was cal I son spent Friday to Tuesday on employed at Hercules in?. i
ana South Carolina. is now I uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs Tom Javoway of Games-
to attend | a trip to Miami, Key West and Friends of Mr and Mrs Merrill
Ga. Powder Co.
led to Savannah i Roy Holm, in Tampa this week.] Mile were weekend guests of M]rr.
the funeral of her cousin Mrs. other part of South Florida. I Mrs J. H. Valmski and daugh- Next week Sally and her sister, and Mrs. E. M. Davis. Williams will regret to hear

P. S. Hutto. who died Thursday Mrs. Callie Fadely of Middle-i ter, Barbara Ann of PensacolaJ I Pamela Fay will visit their uncle Mr. and Mrs. John Mixon and of the death of1 r. Williams'
Starke town, Ind. is the guest this weekof the past two weeks father, M H. Williams who died
morning. She returned to I J I have spent and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank family were in Gainesville Sunday .
*ith Mrs. H. E. Tucker. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hutchins. I with her parents. Mr. and Mrs.H I Castleberry in Auburndale.Mr. visiting his mother, Irs.1.. E. of a heart attack. His funeral

Mrs. John O. Kemp of Orchard Jimmy Hazen spent the week E. Tucker. I, and Mrs. T. W. Attaway Mixon. was hE'ld'E'dnE'sJay ot last 10 PIECE

Park, N. Y. is visiting her mother end in Miami.Doane 'I Mr. and Mrs. Willard Wynn I children of Birmingham, Ala Mrs. Paul Carter and Mrs. C. week in Eustis.
| and
Mrs. Freda Manire. Shewas Thomas has returned and children. Miss Linda Padgett, I Mr and Mrs. Dick Siefferman
recent visitors of Mr. and H. Quick are patients in Bradford -
her hus|! to his home in Wildwood after Mr. and Mrs. Junior Hersey were '
by and of St. the weekend
accompanied Mrs W. T. Jackson.I County Hospital. Petersburg spent LIVING ROOM GROUP
band's twin sisters. Kathy and spending the past two weeks visited friends in Fargo Ga. OP I and Mrs. Kenneth anders I Pamela Edwards of Brooklyn visiting her parents. Mrs.

Carroll Kemp. with his grandmother. Mrs. R. Sunday.Mr. of Jacksonville were Sunday af1 Lake spent several days last week j Merrill Williams of Staike and

Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Edmonds A. Thomas. and Mis. Charles Rathel 1 ternoon visitors of Mr. and Mrs. i with her cousins. Gayle and Dianne T. Frank Landrum at Keystone
and spending a ten- Miss Babs Lance is spendingthis and children of Hebron. Md. have j Mr.
sons are I Maxie Carter Sr. Edwards. Heights. and Mrs S.effer-:
day vacation at their summer cot week in Wa}'cross with Mr. been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Drew j I' Miss Virginia Darby spent last 1 Mr and Mrs George FlynnJr. j man and Frances Landiuin pent to +s d

tage near Black Mountain N. C. and Mrs. R. =-:. Carswell and Reddish this week. week at Santa Fe Lake as the and sons of Tampa spent the] Sunday at Urooksville \isitin A E ,

Mrs. tie Johns had as her family.Mr. .i Mr and Mrs. X.1.. Smith and guest of her cousin Miss Elise weekend at the George Flynn Sr their grandparents.. and MrsJ. .
and Mrs. M. W. Lance had vacation for
family, who are on A. Landrum.
guest last Sunday her niece, Mrs j Jones. Last Friday Virginia Jean home.
Kenneth Frank, and husband of as guests Sunday to Tuesday Miss two weeks spent the weekend in i was hostess at a luncheon honor- Friends of Mrs. W. A. Bonham

Lakeland. I Rita Carswell and Miss Gloria Lyons. Ga. with Mr. Smith's parents I ing her cousin.. Sheila Maguire will regret to hear that she fell
Carswell of Waycross, Mrs. V. Mrs. H. T. Smith] ACCIDENTS
Mr and of
Mr Mrs. Clarence Daust of Washington. D.C. Ten friends i in front of her house Tuesdaylast
and It. Quinn and daughter, Wanda, Smith and son Mike, werevisiting
Mrs the week broke hpr glasses
anti three daughters of South enjoyed this affair. Following and
and Mrs. Dot Porter and son her parents. Mr. and cuts and do happen, MI IN" prepared in
Charleston. W. Va. were guests luncheon Miss Darby and her She received several
Sammy of Inverness.Mr. St. Petersburg the lulliiwinfr nay,: .
Bolden in
last; week of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mrs. George guests went swimming at the J.. bruises on her face. This is the]
and Mrs. Lucian Thomas the first of the week and I R MVainvright place on Kings-; second fall Mrs. Bonham has had 1. In Inning accident insurance -
Bias.Mr. and children of Fort Myers and the family will spend the weekendat I recent months. in.iko! sure jour ir'die| >'
spent: in
L'lke.ti. s Maguire
ley .
and Mrs George Hockette I Mr. and Mrs R. R. Andrews of Opalocka visiting relatives.Mr. the weekend with the Darby Mrs. \\-. B Mundy spent the] 111'0ill.. for chiropractic(
of Ft. Lauderdale were luncheon
Starke were guests of Mr. and and Mrs. M. O. LeMasters Elsa. weekend at the nay Bap- 'an'
guests last Friday of Mr. and Mrs Herbert Thomas at their guests, Miss Nancy' Loemkerliss 2. H'lIwlIIl'r to sfc >tlurhirupradur
Mrs. Herbert Thomas. I of Indianapolis. Ind are emker., and Miss Jane Harpole' list Assembly Camp visiting her ( This Sofa With 2 Matching Pillows
camp in the Scrub over the week- Mrs. Mabel Boyer at Boyer fir.t.ccidenl.nut <
J of j of Atlanta. Ga., and Miss LucilRonco : daughter, Jean.
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fowler end. only produce tin \isihft
: Ranch. of New YOlk City have; Kathy Struth is in Deland this
and family and Mrs. Col- Bible ills anti| hruist's, hilt inxisiI -
Ruby Students of the Methodist Wayne Chitty arc Edwina
Mike and the past week ol week visiting her cousin, -
i been
lins of Washington D. C., former School are enjoying a picnic-. visiting relatives in Ocala and I Rev and guests Mrs. Donald Kokomoor. Whilnell.Mr I.le I m-ni" prcssiin-s that only 1 I'LATFOIJM HOC'KEIJ $202.95 Value

Starke residents have moved to swim party today at Strickland's'' Wilhston for two weeks. .! Miss Elsa Loemker and Miss Har- and Mrs Henry Stefanelli your Cliinipractur ran locate -

Tampa where they have purchased -I Landing on Kingsley Lake concluding .1 W. E. Cooper and rcino\c.
anllIrs. in Tallahassee
Mr pole remained as guests of the J and family spent Sunday 1 COFFER; TAHI.E
a home. the week's program. and family and Mrs Viola Leeof Kokomoors over this weekend. with Mr and Mis. Robert ] Cuts and liruisi-s that an 5
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:2 ENI n
Mobile Ala. are guests Billy Dansby. who is attendingthe Stefanelli. ,
Hon. Collins week of Mis. W. D. Faxon Mrs, :( National Guard Ordnance Jack Brandeis of Jacksonville! and ncnoiis disorders are the 1699
and Mrs. result of ner\e pressures prodtKcd :2 TABLE LAMPS
Mr. I
Vergie Flynn and school in Aberdeen. Md. was i Beach was visiting Dennis Mathews -
by a<'ridcns.IX .
Governor of Florida H. J. Waters. home for the weekend. I over the weekend 1 HASSOCK

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Middletor, Rev. Donald Kokomoor is at; :Mr.: and Mrs. Garyazworth >VT IIKI: XY-SKK: A'()('RnIllWI'H.CTOIC

Tallahassee, Fla. of Melbourne were overnight Camp Junaluska =-:. C., Aug. 7-12: ,,, spent several days last week at TOY

guests Sunday of Dr. and Mrs W attending the District Secretarie i Daytona Beach.

The Board of County Commissioners of E. :\1idLlleton.Irs. ir, meeting of Adult Education in: Mrs L. !S. Hutto and Mis H BOLLINGERCHIROPRACTIC
Hogan Smith Southeast Jul' sdiction.I Tucker several clays
the E. spent
this at the Request of 3 Individualshas S. C. Thursday t( ,
county Hemmmgway, Judge and Mrs Geo L. Patter' last week in Savannah. Ga. where 123 East PHONE
requested by resolution to you that a Tuesday visiting her niece, Mrs Mr and Mrs. T. H. Slade and I, they attended the funeral of MisP CLINIC

Robert Smith. I.Mr and Mrs E. Matthews attended S. Hutto on Friday afternoon. Call SOStarke

special audit of my office be made. I will Mrs Mane Liddle and daugh i. a dinner at the new Prudential ,,,\ Brad Locke was railed to Rye 3 BIo ks :NortH of Post OfficeIn
Beach wer< Street Fla
welcome such an audit if you authorize the I ter. Joan of Daytona guests of Mr. building in JacksonvilleSunday Paulo, Beach =-:. H. by the serious illness Modern Starke +
Sunday afternoon evening honoring Methodshad'
I -of his grandmother Mrs. R. S.
same. and Mrs Frazier Shaw. Lang of Italy: president of Rotar? roc ke. Assistant Steam Baths
Mr and Mis. A. M. Sleg ol t International. Judge Patten u'
visiting Mrs. I Mrs Lucile Chatted of Birm --
Gainesville wore of the Starke club.
P. D. Reddish Daisy Perryman on Saturday. 1! president Mrs. \\'. H. Hait and daughter, ingham.la.. was the guest last
Mrs John Anderson was confined ; !' Kay. will spend the weekend ir I ,'! week of Mr. and Mrs Lester SHOP AT KOCH'SAND
Hospita Kite. The Kites also had as a
Sheriff Bradford County. I to Bradford County BaxleGa.. with Mr. and Mrs
to Saturday.; : :'guest the past two weeks Mrs d
from Thursday : Elmoie Stuart. They will be acj -
Alva Smith of Gainesville t $
where she underwent surgery. companied home by. Mrs Gladys 5 )
] Mr and Mrs. Foster Shi Smitl. \Vooi who has spent the wee![ i i :Miss: Idel Landrum anivesthis, SAVE MONEY \\
and family returned last Freda;)' with her brother-in-law and sister ..1 weekend for three weeks vacation
Solid Silver Bonus from her in lh
after a three weeks trip to Slral.1 Mr and Mrs. Stuart. i position
division of thE
ford. Okla. The children stay Lawrence Moselev of Plant Cit]r' Physical Therapy
relatives in Stratford whil i'; Mrs. j Children's Hospital in Dm ham WE HAVEJACKSONVILLE
with his grandmother
is visiting
Mr and :Mrs. Smith went on td() John Christiansen. ,, =-:. C.

Buy 3 M 1 Free Colorado and :'\E.'W1E.'xico.. i Mr. and Mrs. George/ Carter olMeirilt :f -,

Diana Smith of Winter Carders I ( Island spent the weekend II (iri-uit'\0"'Court''':" T'I Ilrnilfurd".i.i.nIn Count?. PRICES

the guest this week of Flon' with Mrs J. H. Fields. I'loHiiis In'hanr.......
Landrum and Man'r Sr. 'I .!10 all Whirrttt I'.innnn.: 1'ialllff! \ ,
lade, Frances I Mrs. George Flynn spend
Tlic-in.is ( .union i I lit r 'ft ml int.
A Gift of an International Sterling Place Setting Agnes Matthews. the past week in Macon. Ga. will,1, : .I'.;'to "". )in.IT :,

Mr and Mrs. Al Harley andMr her son-in-law and daughter Mr" :Iatlee T.t Thorns Topprnr..,..:'II..n. w Ii..". MM i j jI NEVERUNDERSOLD
and Mrs Barney MrRae were and Mrs O. J. Phillips Jr.11' ba.raud aiiln i- 1'.w: :'\

Value 2550 to S36 F cJraxfae' i in lake: City Saturday evening I! M and Mis George Smith o f -nil Vtin for arhereby di'nr.as notified that i

visiting Mr. and Mrs. McRae, Jr. Hamlet. X C were weekent l'' been filed apalisi you in thtIIh..1'
n Miss June Harding will return guests of Mr and Mrs. J. M 1I named Court and online am
: you ire reiiulrpd to verve a <-opv ovoiir
_-7 Ii.AR Ii.-jI j to Atlanta Saturday after spending High.; answer pleading- to the com
!I "-i.nnt on the Plaintiffs Attornejn.tiutl )
I : two weeks with her patents. Mr and :Mr Wavne Fredricl\ .. .. .
: I I Jap'iiir.. :?:<" '; .11I1\' I.if'S .
Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Harding Sr. j and children of Mobile, Ala. weii I'.llllitinK. .1.1. "'''|,1\ I- _'. Kl..11,1.1
pickering j I end file the original tn the r.fflre 01
Mr. and Irs.tike last Friday dinner guests of MrI
the rierV) of the Circuit Court ornr
fiETi't'I'I and Miss Dorothy Alvarez spent I I and Mrs .... J. Pellum and familySteven i...fi.r<> thpj .. .
Gardens i In d:i\' iif i i ]l'i'i.oth
weekend at Cypress is spending; th
the i Tillev >riri>e the allegations of sat!
Fort Myers and Miami. I week with his uncle and aunt;. [Complaint will be taken as confess

P. D. Adkins of Dundee was Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray Tilley i ii II |1 I eil This hv you notice shall 1... j>uhl!.hec Do You Want STAMPSor

the dinner guest Thursday of. I Jacksonville. ''once each in the week Itradford for four County oonsecutlvweeks Tele>\

last week of Mr. and Mrs. E. MPrevail. i I Mrs Arthur MiRae and :'olrF. ?' KraphI'i .
.1 i)h 1 \ i\ :k "
J Pellum '.PIO visit ,ng relatives OFFiriALSEAKI Charles A. Darb
Mrs J. \\'. Kincaid spent Wednesday in Oilandu. !last Friday clerk .if the '*ii. wit Tour LOW PRICES
7 I Tuesday in Tampa with Lore",,.. By Marian L r; _by b. nutv CI"
-- Misses EmilPne and 9 !10 4t 8.3::
:.=i Mfr _,,"m...1Irs._..__ C. C. Hoppe .
Mr. and Mrs. Joel R. Smith ofJacksonville r
I"I and Mr and Mrs

-'53--1' ,' 't ri Calvin weekend R. Richarde guests of of Mr Arcadia and IF YOU PA Y $2.00 A It Is Impo.ssihle: To Offer Drug Prices As Low As Koch's Offers Ajid (givetwav ;

--'::..:1. Mrs.were E. M. Prevail WEEK FOR LAUNDRY Stamps Too. These Stamps Cost Money. They Are Not Free. JUST
Mrs. J. H Rauleisonof
Mr. and
'I I KKME.MBKK} Xo One Cues; You Something For
Gainesville spent the weekend Nothing. Compare Our

\ with her parents. Mr and Mrs YOU CAN Prices
1 ,_ % Atl J. R Kelly. With Stamp Prices And See How Much More You Pay At Stores

M.t1lN Mr and Mrs J. K Davis of Mann That Offer Stamps.FRIDAY.
; YSA, < Ga. and Mr. and Mrs Alii'
:r' .- Jacksonville Sahir
Pair of were
d.i\ visitors of Mr. and Mrs P I
r Now, for the first time in O. Dansby. The Dansbys also hadis AND SATURDAY SPECIALS

f Sterling history you get a Sunday guests Mr and11 j II

place setting FREE when you P. T Andrews and family ot \\'..- I 49c Alcohol .19 $1.14 Val. Prell Shampoo .79
buy THREE 5-pc. place setstings onnett I

in lovely International 1 "+ Dr .10<1trs M. C Stith and ? I CWASHRJ : 29c Vitalis, 2 For .43 Rat-Tail Combs .03
This wonderful .
Sterling. daughter Sandra, returned tn

moneysaving plan bringsyou then home in Washington. D <.' 29c Ipana Tooth Paste Pocket Combs
lifetime pride in setting after \.Mtmg Mrs H. L. Brown- .03

your table with precious solid lee the past three weeks. Part I 2 For .39

silver..not just a few pieces 'II' he time was spent at the !: 5-Day Stick Deodorant

I but enough to entertain 4 Brownlee cottage at St. Augustine:': 29c Gleam Tooth Paste $1.28 Value .59

people graciously. Your Beach 2 For .43
choice of 15 deep sculptured Mrs Efne Johns and brother.. I $2.25 Value Evening In Paris
International Sterling M D Carter spent Monday in I '< 'J ,
43c Mum
2 For
!' s t I .69
of luxurious weight.You'lltreasure Lake Butler with Mr. ana Mrs Bath Power 1.50

it forever. Offer ex. g James Smith. \ i I WASHING ACTION)
$2 Size White Rain
pires August 31, 1956.LIMITED. M> md Mrs Brooks Paulk and :i CLOSE OUT! !
; .'amity ot' Lake City were weekend ,
guests ,'f11'. and Mrs. Dave: Completely Automatic, Shampoo 1.59 Oil Cloth -. Asst. Designs
Just Set The Dial
Pa;ilk | $1.69 Helene Curtis 19c Yard
I I ; Its M B Herlong. who isi I Easy Top Loadinge5CN

Std u.mUoq ( spending the summer in Waynes- ;( M d '".ninafes Awkward Egg Shampoo 1.39 Screw Drivers Asst. Sizes
11I1 fllllI 'o.i. N r. has been a patient : W /
he-I I en ONE na \ille Doping, BendingG
: fxrso. / .Ip p. 'h.- ii"-pital there the past two $1 Woodbury Shampoo .59 Only 19c

Vek- j -E 5-Year Written

111917 x In Olaf boar Y. daolPbaS.Mmal /aunwcsK Mi, hi'dren:old! Irs of Fernandina Leroy Haines Beach andw ( Warranty All sizes Drene Shampoo Reg. $3.79 Garden Hose

wIbc. r .' min ng to 210 E Adkins St.. for as little as 2 For The Price Of 1 Now 2.59

.S.r"r iInTHREEun '...a.Io.1r 511.,' '.)tlay. Mr Haines is a HOME OF
/ I
1 '.iM-s'tM with Container Corp. and i PER

Pay only, $0 00 a wtk on any purchase e7 Mi-- Hi nes will! teach exceptional! WEEK Professional Prescription Service

. . . . '!hildi!n'1 at the BUS Elementary 1 1
.<. hool J AFTER A SMALL 1 Graduated, Registered Pharmacies To Serve You Day And Nite

OFFER weekend liras Jean for Mundy the Southern is leaving Baptist thi- DOWN PAYMK FREE DELIVERY SERVICE PHONE 53

I YWA assembly camp .r

AUGUST 12 THRU AUGUST 31 I Glorietta. =-:. M. for three weeks

Miss Verhe Coker of Washing

ton. D. C. is spending ton days
with her brother-in-law and sister G.J.MCORIFFGENERAL

Griffin at Camp Blanding.Mr. ELECTRIC APPLIANCES u ,
i PHONE 170 and Mrs. J. C. Sapp an?

:- 109 E. Call St. Starke, Fla. sons are vacationing: in Pensacola! Siarke Fla.
this week. .


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..., me." Those taking part were. week at Lake Geneva. i I I F r S't',. *. .-: r : r IS" >.:.- I.i.da: 5' t-: ,'. ;1- i't; ..i,.1.v I 1'. ,." ... ,,1 -.- -
Mrs. T. W. Markey, Mrs. P. L.Dinkms Mrs. Zedra Hamilton Mrs. Eva I .,: rood l>1>tr.d iii'W :n the })osseiLn if tin t..aJ 'I.'I1: ,. ,.... i.p. :. :': '1 ti .
( and Mrs. E. L. Cox.: Harrell, and )[1'. and Mrs.: T. B i I ,F.'r 1 Member cf the House cf of .' ", flie I'.im! .l h'l'.n dre, .'t.1, !
BROOKERBy short Edwards I !: prisentatives County ulllnll''n. r if this 1 ndjt"II1f'nt Will Ie I n"'fnl i. .\
Miss Dorothy Ross gave a earriedIrs.. Martha
: Fir County Judge County, and yo-i. and endi nf you. a!talll't yu 111 due 'vrPt r.
review of the year book and a Lindemeyer, Mrs. Frank Turnei I I 1'r Clerk of the C.icu.t; Court are h..rlIy fun ht I' notifud that a nut, personally! scitrd tUt': pI --
Mrs. F B. CastlenAAAAUAUU.riaeuuu. For SheriffI pct.tion. uiuKraid haptt r. lial.ctn nay: obtain a ropy ,.f the pelt nor
discussion of the clothing pro- and Edwards (who have i
I .. fUid in the C.r.'uit Ct 'irt cf f.. forfeiture filed herein fro::: the
.' gram to be taken up next year. been spending several days with I For'f County Tax Collector Assessor of Taxes !' the Eighth Judicial Circuit, III and u mdirsiKned. Clerk uf CVurt.WITNESS I
for Bradford
County. Florida pecking .
the the Hamiltonst hand and sr.: f
After the business session to the home 'It F. my
: t
r the forfeiture
of the l
Superintendent >a" -
Si'hool .social property r he above mentioned o'r-. ':
Sund-iy members enjoyed a covered dish Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Williams in tyJjura urqess MotirPOHCA. 'jM.c Instruction and you are hereby directedand 'tarke. Florida th.b August .tP, \
Adult Ladies and Men'sSunday I For Supervisor of required to file.ur rlaim. it. i
The luncheon. Floral City. They also enjoyed a Registration 956. Ir I
NEBRJ For anyoti hate aid 't'Ira'I'e, .n
School: Class of the Sunbeams Meet short visit with Mr.: Mrs: County SureyorFor iT 1 I.d. ,... .\III-I: !., .' ". it1.LF:-: t. r.n. I
and .
3 Members .. .
I of the I'cardf __ 'J" '
I -t.d I '
p'r' r tr '
Breaker Baptist Church enjoyeda The Sunbeams Band of the Lake Patrick in Brooksville. \\lwn-in the hour, of summer as I must tat:. the telephone. County CommissionersFor : 1? I u 'J ,\ .' IV M Ti' ., '. ,' I
last I fly swiftly by. I hanest the good He tell all he sees and hears. 2 Members '. .' .
social at the Civic Center Brooker Baptist Church met Sat- i Mrs. Yvonne Norman of Heil- I me of the Cu'O'y : I. : :
covered dish supper.' bronn. Mis. Eva Harrell \egetables in my garden. I help Ha. Board of Public Instruction I dAT. I 1 /
Thursday. \ : urday afternoon. The children i and Kathy For Justice of the Pea a .n :r .!
was enjoyed and afterwards I.were directed in hand work byji i iI j Harrell spent the weekend at layaway a neighbor. I found an old recipe that may for 1-s the following District, \.L .' -., -- -._; __ 1IJ I

games were played and enjoyedby i I the Young People's Director, Joyce j I I Salt Springs He has not promised me a have been used by our great F..r Constable In and fur t t' i!
the following who attended: Castlen. Sunbeams Focus Week I Ii Vernon Rogers and Mr. and grandmothers. They were so dear. I lowing Justice Pistriu' \.G i -
I i I Ii carefree day, 1f
Rev and Mrs. C. B. Stallings, Mr. i will be August 1218. The Sunbeams ,i Mrs Jimmy Rogers of Jacksonville But guidance all along the way Here is the way it goes: In h,.ve Testimony hereunto set AVh niv ri"t.1I.11"jand I i f

and Mrs. A. L. Gieen Mr. andMrs. will give their Rally Cry were dinner guests of Mrs.: Take some flour, just enoughfor affixed; the 'rear :;" .11 TV
J. K. Douglas, Mrs. J. C. I'' School hour Eva Harrell Tuesday. And love to warm my heart. the cake you want to bake. of the State of Florida. al!
the Sunday
during Tallahassee
He does not shield me from all Mix it with butter- the i'aj>.t.i I. erVlce
Harrell. James Harrell > Mildred Sunday.i Wednesday night they Kenneth Padgett was admittedto pain up some this the 23rd day ..f J",h; I
Mrs. Lawrence milk, if you happen to have A. D., 1956.
Green Kelley Steward
Ger-I will present a skit on the Bradford County Hospital And send the sunshine and the any, just enough for the flour. R. A. Gray.Secretary I
Wiggins Mandy Lewis ship at the Church. On Saturday Friday. of SUJP
: rain
1 Then take some ginger, some silo
Mr. 4t S. 31
tie and Vickey Jean Jones I they will meet at the Church for i Mrs. T. \\'. .:\[arkeIrs.: G. W. But helps me to rise again. -
O. Harrell, Alfred like more, some like less; put All Work Guaranteed .. Free Estimates
and Mrs. M. I their Christmas Tree in August I Davis, and Mrs Frank Tinney, He does not tell me where togo in a little salt and some pearl In The ( Ir,'ult Tonrt Of The iiKhlb I
Compeau, Tom Stewart Truby' and following that will enjoy a members of the Brooker Garden Judicial iirriiit, Innd For llrad.r .
ash. Then I tell one of the ..rd r"uu(}, "Iorid"1 La. Fully Equipped ... DependableAll
Pinholster, and Joyce 1 picnic at the home of Mrs. H. C. I Club, were out preparing suitable But holds hand that I :-\0 80S
my may children to in molasses tillI
Home Demonstrtion Club *i Douglas, leader. places to set out palms which knowI pour 1\ IIK KOHKriTI: : OP Tin FOIIOMM .- Makes and Models I.
I tell him to stop. Then the ; IIIM: imiKit IMIOI-KHTV:
The Brooker Club was hostessto | Mrs Ada Raulerson and will soon be here. do not go alone. children bring in wood to build One 1952 HUK"k. TItle :';0. 3; -.i.i; ,

the Home Demonstration Coun-' ter of Dundee were daugh-I.1 We are sorry to hear that Mrs. He does not measure time by a good fire and we have it for|Engine hourDoordan( N". 6u174.1- Iloadma-ter 72 Model,. CHAS. C. SHEPHERDTV

ty Council at its regular quarterly and Mrs. Richard Julian Green was admitted to St. years, (I (4II'\TIO

meeting in the Civic Center"j Saturday. I j I Luke's Hospital in Jacksonville But tasks well done, replacingfears. supper. i iI i' Mr TilE. STATE,. OK FLORID T.>
this old .l.hn
I ,
I hope you enjoy re- | llcn Tuesday. The Center was decorated last Saturday. Little Marcia: Ann I '! And All PKIISONS;;
I Frances Barry is spending the I II I cipe. I did.Helpful |IASD KII'.M>
with zinnias arranged by Mrs. fell roiil-olJATIOXS;; ; OWXIVC;; 239 Starke, Fla.
I Green out of tree
a Mondayand
relatives in With love unmarked by time.
friends I II hints of late HAVIXC
I week with and : Here 01CLAIM IXO;; AX;; IXTKRKST ;;.
T. W Mai key, Mrs. Mattie Sowell, I really gave her parents a Gladys X. TempletonWe IX flJ: LIEN C.\ Till'AUOVI
I Wauchula and Leesburg. I| when frying beefsteak I fry it \ ': OUR 10TH ANNIVERSARY
and Mrs. Alma Blair. 1 scare. But after going to the Kscmi5Er PI:' 'IJ'EITY.
Alan Smith of Auburndale I in oleo margarine. I buy round YOU AND;; T\CH (U.' vi '1'a' ,
Mrs Tim Rogers gave the devotional -1 last i I I doctor they found out that she is i lall II always think of Augustas I steak. hack it tender with the h"r.I.\' in.iif' ,. Mi..! tee. :d.\ ... iisrr.bcd b. [
visited Mike and Pat Castlen i iI .|I ,, .., '
the month vacations. To prop. jv 1..1' |bn -'
Reports were given on 1 right. butcher knife, in ,. 7 d I '.. .n.- ; "' -
'week.. I Ii |I cut it serving od.r (lItI \ i. t 'i 1.1", _ __ : ,, -- i"t"
and Mrs.: Williams of: me it is a glorious month, for "
the Zinnia Flower Show and the Mr. Alex
pieces, and when the oleo meltdrop -; .. .
i Mr. and Mrs Ernest Russ was 1 1i ] -" .' '- 'n .. -* -.
did I to -'
I not ,
State Council Meeting which was Jacksonville, and Margie Williams I only get see my son in the skillet. Brown fir- -. : ,:,:; #,
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dukes I Ii ] and family again, but I have begun : -
held last week in Gainesville. It j' of Jessup, Ga. spent the weekend
then another.
was announced that each member i Jr. and daughter in Lake Butler!j with Mr. and )[rs. Dave Green. I to harvest my garden. I pulled on one side Stringyour kc1:

last Saturday. hear that William the onions made nine[ quarts measuring spoons on a l lDON'T
should bring canned food to the I I Sorry to I I ring. I found if you put rubbing NOW
Rev. Mrs. C. B. Stallings 1
I and
made cucumber
at of sauer kraut
September meeting for the Fair (Ned) Hicks is in the hospital alcohol on heat that burns and BUY
Booth. visited Mrs. F. W. Tyson in Hawthorne Lake Butler. i relish and dill pickles bread and'' itches it will stop bothering you. .
Tuesday. I Ii butter pickles, and have several''! :
In mttoduiing the Club program j CORRECTION: Last week's pa-) i It will smart and burn for a time.
i Mrs. Alice Davis, John Hill and | i
i batches of sweet pickles in the !
fur nt'xt'ear members gave | per read< that Bertha Stokes was then feel cool, and I cover with
a skit entitled The Glamour Cli- son Robert of Gainesville, and ]i, in the hospital in Gainesville and I making. I shall Keep them in the : body power. LET JACK FROST
)[1'. and Mrs Yarbrough of Fairbanks -
should have read Alberta! Stokes. big stone pickle jar to have handy -
visiting Rev. and Mrs. For a quick hot meal in summer -
Mrs. Stokes is home now and we for winter. !
I !
afternoonMr. try: CATCH YOU HAPPING-
GOTA Ressie Carelton Sunday j
\ do hope she will be well soon. I Yes. the last of July my son
and Mrs. Aubrey Hazen I Hamburg and fried onions. It I
'' Clara Faye Hazen returned and family came. They stayed II
and family spent Saturday I put oleo in a heavy skillet. Make I!
SUMMER COLD. atI I last week from a pleasant visit two nights and the third day i
Santa Fe Lake with Mr. and Mrs. I the hamburg into cakes and dropin I
j with her sister in Washington, I went on to the Yellowstone Park. I
V. V. Hazen, and Mr. and Mrs. !' the melted oleo. When brown |
D. C. They sent me birthday gifts from j
''TAKE.1 Winfred Hazen. j 1 Mr.: and Mrs. B. W. Mott of I the Park. Then they went on to ,' on one side turn and slice an on- QUAKER
:' Mr and Mrs. Guy Harrell and her ion rather thick. Cover and turn YOUR NOW!
Wash. visit
for I Hague were the Friday dinner Bremmerton. to ,
this week at the fire low. Cook until
family are spending hamburg
symptomatic guest of Mr.: and Mrs. C. S. Kel- I. brother. The last I heard they
r t Salt Springs. is done through. |
6 I
66 ley. were almost to northern California -
L RELIEF' Mr and Mrs James Hamilton'i :\ and Mrs. Arthur Kelley ot I Ifr. to see the large redwood :|: This with a salad of some kind
and family are spending thisALVAREZ' i I 1 $ DELIVERS WITH NO PAY-
Pensacola were visiting )[1'. and trees and then were coming home and is a satisfyingmeal --

)Ir!;. C S. Kelley: Saturday, andMr. back to the Indiana farm. They and nutritious.

) : and Mrs. Paul Harrison of were having a glorious trip. How swiftly the summer is

E III STORE Established l\Ien's.Clothin 1891 11(1)( Jacksonville spent the weekend ) We have had plenty: rain, and passing. It will soon be time for MENTS UNTIL OCTOBER FIRSTWe

Clay Hill school to begin. Each
with the Kelleys.Mrs. it has been nice and rof'Jus* ,,I

I Margie Lewis and children today it is up in the 90 degrees. ,,I year is a new beginning and gives

have been visiting her mother. I have been sewing a dress for the children a chance to learn. I

WE ARE HAPPY TO I Mrs.: Crawl, in Largo.Mr. my granddaughter. It is such fun :, can just see my school room with Will Make Your Complete Installation

and Mis. Malcolm Lewis to make them and I have been ,| the eager faces. My days were

were visiting in Bradenton Sun able to fit her all along. This is i filled with love and a great de- With Tank and Stand NO FUSS -

ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE day. j i a new pattern and I am hoping(( sire to keep the children happy NO BOTHER TO YOU !

J. )f. Groover of Oak Ridge. it will fit. If it fits I can make I well, and help them to learn the i|

Tenn. was visiting his mother, !! others. I enjoy sewing. most worthwhile things in life, I I
GIVING Mrs. Joe Kelley, last weekend.Mr. I Tonight is choir practice. Last that they might neeJ.

and Mrs. Joshua Groover ; Sunday was my day to go to'I' I had a happy birthday. My II''
The Famous Quaker Supreme Use 1-3 to 1-2 Less Fuel Built-in Thermo-matic
enroute to their home in Dade' church. I enjoy church, as it is neighbors gave me a party. However I'
I Forced Air Fan Famous Quaker "Smokeless" Burner 100 Per Cent All-
dJQj.: ( City from Oak Ridge, Tenn., stop-] at 9 o'clock before the day gets'so | a dear neighbor, only 53, ;
Welded Construction Automatic Safety Air Control Valve Auto-
1 ped by to see Mrs. Joe Kelley'! hot. Don has gone to Sioux died suddenly of a heart attack. I Air-Tight -

,e. iJ i Saturday ;, City to get his hair cut and also : We had him here on my birthday. : matic Wall Thermostat.

9 .-r 1)I I Martha Polk of Trenton "'as'' get repairs for Maytag washing) Best wishes to all. God bless I

the weekend guest of Mr. and machines. I enjoy even his going you every one.LOVE.

Mrs. .\. I. Mann. I LURA '
\\I/- 1illWctu Ruth and Meryle Mann were'i J... Hardee in Jacksonville Mon- HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE CO.

visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. M.Groover day.Mr.
\itiiti: or r.ircimv: :
and Mr. c.1| and Mrs. R. C. Long of
and Mrs. R. Mr'I I, William T. Jackson Mar "f LOWEST PRICES EASIEST TERMS Your Credit Is GoodPhone;
.Jl.J icu ,Howard in Jacksonville Sunday. Columbus, Ga. were visiting Starke, Florida, l.y urtue of tin
I and Mrs. G. B. Colson Thursday.Mr. authority \'<">-t. iJ in me Joy I..w, d"hereliy
.&ftJU Huey Hall of Jacksonville is call an elect to 1 lit In ldat 218 Temple \\e (Formerly Drivers;: ) 13
( i spending the week with Laverne !' and Mrs. Wallie Crews of the Fire Station in th, af"r< -.1I01

,,,, I! Dyal. I Melrose are spending a few days town by the qtlalifiidottri> car.
iy Tuesday, S' |>t''mlxT II. Itjfi, for tli.I -
I II Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson of:| with Mr anj Mrs. G. B. Colson >iiri>o-e of electing the full 011 "'i4 : ;_ : :.2iQ.-WNI,: ; --- --: : : : -j----. -- --: '-_! : : --' '-'- j

II I Jacksonville spent the weekend. this week. officers:
I I TUIUI1.111:11'1: IN roit
II I with Mrs. Groover Thomas. j Mr. and Mrs. William Hicks T\\ U 11\II S '

Mrs. Frank Genevor of Gainesville -| and family spent the night withMr. Inspectors Charles for A. said Hardy election, : Heiea. POWERFUL New idea

1 I spent the weekend with Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Bloss in Lake A. I. Crosby, Jr., -
MrsGlenn Duke
Bill Genevor. i Butler .
Friday. i Kay Stone, e. ,
I Mr. and Mrs. Buddy Waters, Raud Crews spent the weekend j Sheltie ,\. Hall. : : ---_._ : x Oo-tho-Joh'ow..ror ,

I and Rebecca Thomas of Jacksonville I with Mr.: and Mrs Wallie Crews ;subscribe In testimony my name whereof and I cause hereunto the r.-- ._. ';: 'r Hundreds of Jobs... I
spent the weekend with Mr in Melrose. :I1:seal of the said town to be hereunto -

and :Mrs. Bob Thomas. I Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Harrell:;A.affixed J)., i976.OFFICIAL this. 7th. day of August, ( } n Form t Ranch

Wilbur Thomas spent the week and daughter Sharon, and Mr. (( SEAL) = --, I .. l) _'-- e Branding I Ironi
) WILLIAM T. JACKSON, Majoi .. Jif shearers
with his I I. Sheep
end sister Mrs. David and Mis. Guy Harrell and family ATTEST: ; .. II
Starling in Jacksonville. the weekend at Salt c.i:r. JOHNS Pity f'i.'rKs ." ...- .. '"........ .. M .. e Chain lOwS
spent -
m. .
Mr. I 10 :t :' : w: ... s Field flood lights
and Mrs. Len Bowers .
ct Springs.Mr. I ,,. > ,, Emergenryhouseend
I Clearwater spent the weekend and Mrs. Wallie Crews of -
MtTic K nv Kir.movI'.E Outbuilding lights
Enter SANITONE'SNEW I with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd \\000' :Melrose were visiting Mrs. Beu-I' IT KNOWN THAT I. R. AOKAY. f J ";fI'T- Feed storage and
NATIONAL CONTEST Craig Wood returned to'Lakelana lah Harrell Monday. I THE !'T.TI01-' 1"I.0P.lfl.lJt..' protesting equipment
I with the Bowers to spend a few I'j Mis Ira McKinney of Au- I 1IKKEKY (JIVE NOTICE THAT A 'i 1 Brooder healers

days. 'II GENKRAT. ELECTIONIIA. rv __,. i Soldering and welding
t;, PRIZES TOTAL I burndale spent a few days this HELD IN BRADFORD CtH'ST> c : equipment
tinny Lynn Thomas of Gainesville I week with )Tr. and Mrs. C. L. T.TEI-' FLORIDA. TVKMiAYNEXT _%:, ,,
\p has been SL'CCEEDINO TilE FIRS t Construction
I the houseguest otl Atkinson. j Building
I \ ( \ \ i Patty Bigham this week. Mrs G. P. Parrish of Auburn- 1956! 1'111llJ:: TITKSUXY UMN'. I I Power tools

S. ; DOO3OD !I Mis: Bill Bigham and children' dale spent the weekend with THE!SIXTH n\v OF \r.Miir.ii: I I.I I ,", .'S ?, m sI Space healers
weie luncheon guests of Mrs L. Joyce Castlen. Fur I'r">If"'nl of the I'nited St.it-! I, Sump pumps
r, .....ctst ''I ForKe I'rtMilmt of the L'nit--! Point sprayers
,4 \1+ I SlalfFur s I I. Paint mixers
I I'nitf-d States Senator f:'JI/. I 1
I Floor sanders end
the State of Florida I
alar..Gls' Fur Representative in Congress of wo' eri I
the Sth Congressional District
+ '. SHOPPING SPREES WANT A..LOAD.I I pr-Fur nf Four Court(4) Justices of the Su- Public Utility t Municipal

For Governor Tree and hedge

& Get your entry blank today and see i r'r YOUR MIND? For Fir Stcretary Comptroller of State i trimmers

., how simple it is te enter Sanitone's 1 ._ For Commissioner of Agril UItUf.. ( Flood lights
"" x, For State TreasurerFor Air compre..orsNew"
'V" New National Contest. You need U.i
Attorney General Bellows for portable
.pLxfl, -- r buy nothing. } I .' ,
i I, by In-ti .... ..( ....... .__ -- Trolley forge and bus repair
a II Here's all bare to do I I.v. Fur Railroad and Public Utilities
...... ;ou Vay t'i'mmifsioner PortableJIeetrie Generator mounted or equipment
i ckl' For State Attorney Sth Judicial; !

25 WORDS OR LESS. 1 S Water heaters
i .S 'rillI Glp. Burner plates for coffee '
45 7 r "IpreferSAMTOXEto I _.... FILL DIRTGOOD Spot and flood lights ,
." ,." { Paying by check puts an endto the newest and latest in profit making truck Inhalators' j

J ordinary dry cleaning I because. ." worries of robbery, disputes -' RICH equipment The new ELECTRALL truck-mounted generator Sterilizers Exhaust fans

I of payments, loss of that gives you quick, sure electric power wherever a truck Electric blankets

1st PRIZE $1,000.00 Christmas Shopping Spree at j receipts and saves valuable TOP SOILSee can go! Portable refrigerators I
time.FLORIDA Radio transmitters and i
Marshall Field & Company PLUS 3-Day All-Expense The ELECTRALL generator operates motors up to 10 horse- i receivers

Round Trip fo Chicago for Two by Plane or Train power. It provides "juice" to light 125 one hundred watt :

and 27 other wonderful prizes I: BILL JACKSON lamps. Gives you four outlets for single or 3-phase powerso

Jackson Transfer Company t you can operate several electrical units at a time! It rum A

\\ lunuu get }nur ontrblank, we suggest )ou bring Phone 165 from the truck's own power take-of!-requires no separate

along lour favorite dress for thorough Sanitone Cleaning. s I fuel, oil or maintenance-is always ready, always handy! I

When you see how much better our Sanitone Service a ? Come in and let us show you all the advantag -al1 the .

really is, }ou will lia\e no trouble writing about it. I FOR DEPENDABLE jobs it can do-all the money it can save. It's an IH exclusive -

Contest starts August 1 and closes September 30, 1956. factory-installed optional equipment on S-110 S-120

>.sa and S-130 series pickups and the 5-120(4x4)( ,
yt ,
Get your entry blank tod.i\! : Termite ControlHousehold i

Sanitone [I
i Commercial I See It. Today!

Pest Grote Control Spraying iI j i I, All-Truck: Built

I to Silt'C3.011
DRY I CLEANERS Call FH. 6-6033 I .

BANK < STARKE TRUCKS t x the IIIC money!

Florida Pest Control i
r Member Florida National Group & Chemical Co.

24 N. W. 16th Are. Libby Sales a Service

i r 2$ STARVE, FLORIDA Gainesville, Florida

\, .. ]Phone 32 402 Terrple: Ave. Starke Fla.



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..........y..yy .......' v .!M., !. FlorIda. w (OFFICIAL SEAL) Charles A. Darby' V -e..v. p: ..lfl"I.1 I..g.tt. -. :i'-In.; .
and file the original the office of Clerk of the Ctr-'uit Court i ('r"I.r- aid!, tllei ilaMI'lt", : di-taii dtgretid. :211! : [:-.". nfin. born N 'vemt er 4. 1SIin :; .has been fed: against you in tie :' 1'1-1-:' : ;

tlie Clerk of the Circuit Court on or By Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk 'I thruiigh u.I'r. 01 ..igun: t "i,'h .. Vi-.tcriy i e "f 144 !7 mnlleS'1 tl,e ...10.n"H' Court and above named Court and cause and Notice Ti. Appear

HAMPTON\ I..f.r.' I the *! d.\.f Sept. is.: .;. 7 :J7 4t i 17 every ',' tlie alioXe allied |i.'r-" <,f 1'a"r 1.und.II". i .\U-". .11 whi:' h '\.ii ind Hen n Urittue 'you are required to serve a copy of T,>; James \\ .)"':l \\l!. ,., '
otherwise the allegations of said' state Ii. f..n.I.I1II. and hereby our answer or pleading to the .
\ : i who and cei-. <1; t.. the Fl" ii 0 Ills. Kn.wn YoU are > corne and addre-* I "
Complaint will tie taken as confessed ,oru': OF INTFNTIO> TOItM.lslllt ,Railroad i .mpanv ,if tin- >-t,ite a- Temple dl'I I rcijuired to its and appear HI ,plaint on the Plaintiffs Attorney You are herebY not''.f.I I..t a
by you. 1' inn thine South 17 said Court and ci!ise on August :2!*. TaenzKr 4 Maddox. 109 Law Ex-
: : rlC'llllllll :> "IK :Florida; Fl .r i.ta 1.lIlr.d I c'p.nil'I" 2i, .ut for divorce
Hf Mi>. I). K. HillAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA This notice shall be published once N'otiie is hereby given that the 'I I td.s Land and IniniiKr.itinn 4'" 'minutes buindirv West along said I 'jt:; >. and t.> >1I.w ,ni'e vv hv ii. n rhanir.- iiMing, Ja" k,onvilc J, has been filed agi:i-t vabove .'"I '1 the

.1 each week for four consecutive .und.,,icned. under the provision! I Irf pan of Florida ; and The a distance of ,adop-i s(."jij n"1" !I... p'antttlTlu Florida named Court .1.1 1 > .. .. s.. I
weeks In the Bradford County Tele- ? : n.n thence South S3 de- I' n.tiii.lt.tU:! I..' pulil-lu.l! and file the original In the office of .
Chapter 10,931. Laws of Florida Land and I iti itllgra t i. n I "",,, _.: tiuniitisest distance I and you are required I' -\a *
graph. *cts ,.f mi. will register with the ,i'and their unknown su. .' feet a ..". e ".,d, week for n" xt four consnutivt the Clerk of the Circuit Court on or copy of ;your answer i'r 1"1 !'II; I.
.. n' :,:0-1\1\10' 13. IIIS.: I I I',." o.l, till-,, I ll 1\. ..f \llRtl-t I" ',>,. llcrk! of the Circuit ("urt In and i!trustees. stockholders arid .. run thence N. rth 22 weekly I Issues of the Bradford before the _' the complaint on t',* I 1' .:i: *
I (Official Seal!) Charles A. Darby. tor Bradford County. State of FloriI I I claimants b\. through ..I' 17 nnnuUs Ve-t u. dk- ('"unt T.I legraph. .t dulxsualifiej 20 day of \isri9f. 1."": Attornev J. D 1'1 )

F 111" : .il: 'I\'U'es were held Wed i Clerk of the Circuit Court da. upon receipt of poof of publl- i them; the r".d..nl'e and address i :; ot...M7fitt< 2*> minutes: run.them vmth. newspaper published in otherwise the allegations of I'ad! Smith Bj.M! : _.

::t ',,uAus/:. 1. m Chase Cit>'. Va,,, I By Marian L. Crosby Deputy CUrk! ratIon of this notice the fictitious !said personand the principal 1la : gr.of 3.73 feet to" East, of a dis-be i||i Bradford "..unl '. Florida Complaint will be taken as conFlirida'
I SI: U 8:24 name of Starke; Auto Sales under i iwhi'h inf busin.. .. I point \\ITNFs: mv hand and official fessed oy you. ". .
s- of said and file the orlg'i t'the : i' ".
>: |: '.\ Simmons 13. son of Mrn Exiepting th..r..fr..m ,'seal at Mirke, liiatifoid < i This notice snail br published i :
; \ I ;am eiiKteid in li-trie.sat being unknown,. Plaintiff ', thereof within'' Clerk of the C I ibefore I : .tt -
oJ i Mii! Thomas Simmons of: 'fill' in> \rri\K '.:, South Walnut St Starke Fla. :diligmt sear. h and mciun\ : and lying Florid ihi-, I IlIl .'<. 1">joOFFICHL once each week: for four 'consecutive 2rt .z,
of Way of the 1.1\ \
I !. Circuit Court lirailfurd ('uunljI E I:. Hamm'l d. P. O Box 1107 any graded ,, M-M.i' week in the Bradford Cuun'y Telegraph <
'' all other peisnns, claiming 1 1I otherwise c' .1
( .is. CitUa\ died Monday or stretts the a1et: : I': r s s <:
I 1 M-n.lii: In < bumer Starke. Fla, sole owner.I '!;right. title lim or nni-i.-i in 1 ta.h ..f vour are here- RI.rsriXRfT..: ,' ., Di'rd !1.'- l' ,i.t- o.* .T'.Iv'. 1o- l' 1:1'.1,11',1
i':iei.- I.I1'1.. tk .f "J 1" : ,1 .f -
II.n- i: ii'
I mi'iff. it
!flll:0:: in a Uithniond hospital IjTrml, \ ...1..01 t', :j-ili I iliv' "f .I n 1\'. n ,to the following de ciibed ,... that ed
.Ma1 1 1I.f'lul.lI\, a Compliint has < '. I IT,tx I,' : .il.iII (OFFICIALSEAL Chance A. Darby by you. .
|II i > O. : : ., Cointv i .
l'.i., it rh. situate ,
f" iouii, :? a long illness. 1 e.,'.. V.. 10-IT.ii : : in Bradford County, in the Circuit Court of ,,ills \'. "KM "h' :-.11": ">. F"ri.l.1.: ClerK .f the Cinuit Court This notice hi.l bj :: I rte
i Floiida. da, to-wit: : ,'olln1\'. Florida in Chan- ... Marian L. Deputy Clerk' ea"h'e..k f.T. t.-: .' ,: ,v-'
By Crosby.:
Hi. the of R 0. \..lrrp To 'PI'''.' 7 27 4t '17 .it.rn. v i f: 1 I. "I : 4: s .
'\ nephew Two
ti j pi.I..f land in : Kayo Investment vv.eks .. 'f';
the r."I i I'
T. ll..nr\ 41 Mu'. v\lin-I ,' r.-d l n, iMi Cmipanv. 7 .3: 4' s :n : : : -

'Muniums' of Hampton. and auMt Ii i, inl'>'nil.ill. II-- mil. wliip-, jil- 'In (1.,1t (.niirt. lirailfurd County.iloriJa I Northwe-t of Quarter St..'Ii. -1 of ,' Corporation. a- Plaintiff 'I) I iti: ', n \ rnutIn h_._ griph ..J
Quart I.
and ,
h of I 1,1"
of K E Walterv ., I di e" i I-. Cmili: :J. I:...\ ;i u. MtiuU'ihtll 1 In ( hamrrfci'dwIIA. you eai Volt a* ( In-uit ('''''''. llratllurd Ciiunty :oTur TOPI'r.1t
!: nephew ; I 6 South, Range 2. Fast: in
-, that the nature of said I..nil.i In ( liantrr lit Circuit I ,.,arl. llrailliird County, f. : d l i'cil 1 ih 1 i .\ I 1" "
Mi->. .\l-\nidi r, I'i,nut i'v. -. :
.. ; City of Iark". Bradford .
,1'II 1 H.> stated school at HampKlcinentaiv I quiet and confirm the title Bettv Ruth Birltsm Piaiiiff \ sRlee I ItinilaIn < hantery- t ..r:; 't't I "r'
y..t$ arc norvtiv nntiricl That rim i !" .1.I .M \iiidei! I P..f"III.IIIII'.I Florida and .. .
more part : i t I fil. kavo I Investmint, I I'. .V.. .
\ I.
orn- \ i I .1 : r
Burle: lit fi ndint
< f.rili\"i'i'I ..ihinniaiiil No jll-ltit .I.i
',.!: School in 1119,1) tit 1'--- I i : described as follows .
Florida ,, '
Corporation to the j u : J T I
l...ralll I ,it uf maiden, name Order ..f 1'ub.ii-atlun and Nulire totppear !I PARCKL 1- For point of Case No. 101676i.tIi
henu"i -inl.ed nda.
'. 11,1.! the winter In a fee
\ spending been filed in the riuriila lu :% lt> .\pprar
hat anaintt you ; !Slate i.f : i .11cc < ommence at the :: ,
'. his grandmother Mrs. T'. I! above named Court and cause and 1-1.1 n...., .1. .\Io'"ao. ', you are required to serve a copy of dt.m,, e :ind, I :iddr.s i- It'I 1 riian !,Juart..r..t Southeast : serve a ('''p% of your an- and address i..: Route I.
I Simmons: and his uncle. pleading to the \\'IIl-t"S.d. \.lll Laro- Quarter pleading on Plaintiffs at- Pear Cret.k. Alalur.
lour answer or complaint S.i.i-, I II. i .. -.mi Sei tmn L'I:I and i \.1 T Th..oia... .It.. uh.se.ul-
I n. th VamiiffB AttorneyAlait lin I You are hereby notified that a
M.irtluilli.nnt i I Ihin.e South (me 1.. gre" I ::fI-fI: Ti, ito l ,
1 j m| \\ 'nll.'.
f \\intei Ir 11r( FI'.r..h. You are required to appear on I !Seventeen minutis' \\'.". suit for divorce care. custody
Flotida .
; anil
ii-<,rjs :Mister's DegreeMis j TiTl' I lItil.ixiit. J.,. k onvilk. ;t1'I"! "-'. 1"'','> i'i the above I the IV.-terlv boundarx ........'I"u'h t. til. the 111- and support of ni:nor children!
vour an-w.r oi pleading in
mini. \ i' iri'i l .iit- whereinlilaintiff has been filed against In theabove
FK.ridi. "u i e you
[)i'k Williams daughtel r distance of Tt7 feet to the ( .f the ii um.i-ii.! I Clerk HUNDREDSof
i sub tiir UK* original In The office of.the s, ik= divorce.Iradford I rime named Court and cause and
t. of ditch
a for pmnt of
I t Couit .n August 27.: l'ij:;I
1,1' Mi and Mis J. W. Home'. Clerk 1'1' the fin'ult Court on ore County Telegraph shall giniung From f and you are required to serve a
point the
I.efine the :3 il.i>' ..( .Septeniln l''jt:; ; publish this Order in next four thus allegation. cf said copy of your answer or pleading to
ill her master's degre< RIng d"s'rit.t'd ( t 'Iii.0.. .
\> nerve issues. I '\ taken as onfess-:
IthrWI-. the allctatlona of bald weekly South I the complaint on the PlajutifraAttorney
degree and 17 .
iflmatinn at the University o:f (Complaint will be taken as confessed Witness mv hand and official West along said ,. > P.alph R"berts 202 Professional details are managed and economic-
r'niidi' Saturday evening. AugII 1 This by you.notice shall oe published ceil rtav of it July.tOFFICIA1.stark.Fl..rida. n'ifi. this :20th ary a distant of 415. .. f.et,, to i .. of 1'1I1.I.-al'11 anti .No- I i, Florida. BIdg. Jacksonville 2. ally attended that only a trained and
iron stake: run th. n >- t itdegrees
ti forthVIIIl
I 1"tlI-h..1
Graduation exercises will hat e i once each week for four con. "cu- SEAL) : and it! minutes East ..k "III ei and file the original in the office of careful organization can attend when
Charles A. l>arby.As i for four onsei utivei i .
week In the Bradford CountyITeleeranh the Clerk of the Circuit Court
the gymnasium on the campu:; Clerk of said Court. distance of IH 27 feet to an i the Bradford Countv Tele- 'before the 2'J day i.f August on 1956 or: the urgent need for serving i is at

Dated tlii1 lav of August 136OKFIC1AL. *:; Bv Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk.' st-ike on the Westerly duly qualified newspaper
at p.m. I { otherwise the allegations of said hand.
of the .
(InI ll(. s". 2 sKAUt tnanes l>
( A. aruClerk ) will be confessed
I Road Number :200! al-" known : -:' Mi.s Williams. who received I of the Circuit Court LuiItllni.: Ju'kull\'llle. Fla. mi! hand and offniil' I. by
7 4t ; T"lIIl1le.nu.. : run them Stal k... Pi-adford you.
Attif 'i 1M 7, S/17 i L County,
hei HA degree in 19: 3. complete(I By Marian U. Croiiby Dennty 1 17 digues *ti minutes East: ; :' this Iiy] :2J! 1955. .. This notice shall be published once
8'3: 4t %
each week for four consecutive
her mastt>r's degree requirement::9 _ In inuit ('..ur'. lirailfurd County I last aforesaidVest" rlv SEAL) .
.1 : 'i: 10 \l'l'Krl Florid; In I hnacrryRosa i a distant' uf :ISO feet to the (' \ -: A. 1HRBY.: weeks in the Bradford County Tele DeWITT C. JONES

III! summer sthool this summer.In' (.......11 uurl.. Bradford Coualy. Lee Jones Plaintiff %". Clarence terline of aforesaid dit.'li. of tirtilt ('''ill t of Brad'ord graph.
Cana I theme North 71; degrees and I Fi .rida. Dated this 14 day of July, 1956. Phone Fla.
r>foie leaving for Panama M I FI..riilMt In ('hanrerv.Jiisfpli Jon--. Defendant.rase. < Charles 7 Starke, _ _
( Seal) A. Darby. -
I.a 1irt.11.tintift.. \s J, n- Vo 1I1-1S96 ,I "inllt.Vest along said in L "I."I. I I""ltr eik
husband. who r S
with her : 1 Clerk of the Circuit Court.
Zone 111I" .. Of Publication Nnlire lu line a disiam ot :61.ti feet :i 7 J7 4t t.i I 17
I.t C' It'. Di'f''lul.mtI'ase Order I
.stationed there with the U. S"t. No 10-1710 Appear; !"lair< of Florida '!.... point of beginning Fx.ept: : By :Marian L. Crosby. Deputy Clerk Funeral Ambulance Service

1 Notlrr 1 tppeart ,'lan-n.e Jon.". whose residence poition, 'thereof lung within' I ( irt..It-i Court uf the lehthi : 7/20 4t 8110OIKI

Armv. .she taught in the Hampton To Jennie* l.a '.....It'. whose r.-Mrldinii' ,- and addie-s |s: nknown I I right uf'a of an> L I i ,,1 ( in'nil I uf Florida lu and Our local funeral home enable tu to offer convenience anA

Elementary School. Last yea: and addif-s: I'nknuxMi Your are required to appear on 1 road or streets. :| ..... C uniilt ; :\ .: 10 .trrrtitIn services not otherwise available.

teache:r I You tire hereby notified that a ,27th Aup. Pifi in hue above named I| PARCEL i: For point of ( h"o.r* Ireuil ( ....r.. llradfurd ('ountf,
:.MMwas employed as a I suit for divorce ,, Court and < aut>e. wherein plaintiff I enee. omnieiKt" at the \\ 1 1I : l : .\doptn' of ""haIo.IcKill- I'liirliln; In riiancrrjr.Teinette .

in the P.ilhoa Panama Cana.I has been filed against yoji In the seeks' di.rceJiradford I Coiner of said \. minor i'luldon 1'nruse .1. iikm1Pliintiff, .
,above named Court and cause and County Telegraph shall QII.trt.'r of s,,utii. !I I \ < i: OK "! ir vs. Joseph \V. Jtnkins. IiefindantCase .
Zone s hooU ;you are required to verve a copy of publih this Older in ml four Quarter nf afore<-iid, : I.' ..f ldi.t11i.i, 1" No 10-1671 We furnish the highest type service at lowest prices, and

She plans to leave soon fo 1'1|your answer or pleading to the weekly iuie.Witness ". I I tion 21. antI) inn then."... ,,"' ) 1" | i 1'ritt' M i.t; ..., (-> N..rth :N in lie 'In 4i>|ienrTo accept: ANT life Insurance policy In force Issued by ANT
: fmnlaint on the Plaintiff Attorney my hand and official\ I. Sin and 17 ininiiti'< \\ l t Joseph W. ..1"ni'h.."

Timpi. where she and their soiHi. I, II C. Tildttin I'. O. liiix. 104.e seal at Staike, Florida, this :Slit : :ilonij, tin. \\istirh d" ( 1 | r.. h. t ..J.,. T.'.tifu.l I tint I fill r.-IIo'I, ,' ,. aid adiln-s i- 1'nknownYou company as payment In part or In full on a funeral
11,."r. "f :i iUItii.: ,. ,:i v :j f.. : . .
hard will make their horn Caines\ille; Flunil.ii Julv. IS'.hOfficial rt \ : .1 I 111 M\.i. Kirks are hereby notified that a
'and file the urlsiiial In the office ( :Seal) Charles A. Darby 1 p.nut if l I"' i,inn'ng. Fn m I .. hive filed their anuntled sii, .I f..r d 1\-1' :i ml r," '...rationI L Consultation carries no obligation
\\ith I Williams' part'ntsInti I lot the Clerk of Court I of. lii i:111'i ". llai- di s. d.,1| '
:i the Circuit or.i.or As Clerk of said Court. 0 i T i : to .ni.pt Charles McKmley ..f I lilt' tl> M nt'in to

he !iecei\es his aimv discharge before the By Marian I... Crosbv. Deputy Clerk
: '! 3 day of Stpteinl.i I'JiC.:;
7.ach I!. Douglas. 505 Lynch Cuild-
Mr Mrs A. C. Cox Jr. Idwrrk t
an| otherwise the allegations! of said Fla.
log, Jacksonville
list:, after a visit in Hampton 1 Complaint\ will be taken as confessed Attjs. for I'll. 7 27 4t 517I "
by you.
with his parents. Mr an \on i.: 10 vi'i-i\it
Mrs .\. ('. Cox Also at the Coxeon '!! ''Clnce' each week fur four consecutive ''In (Irruil ( ..url. HiuuxirO I liur (7. .r"
weeks! In the ItUADKOKD COUNTY
..-l.rlil.In C h.."... rTdith .
Mondiv last week was Hi:!11 TEI.F.I IUI'JI. FOOD ( J
1'l.t llliff. .
Mine li/iliini- \>
n.I..1 iris 26 nf J
d.o' ii ly. I l'i: .i.I .
Phillips of Jacksonville I nil l"I. I
(OFFICIAL .sh.AL Charles A. harD I 'Til III sL.u f /.1| Mill > t.' S- ",,

Mi I and Mrs Milton 1I snl'r Clerk of the Circuit ('.itirt 1'.1-,. :\". ln-1697 .

By :Marian L. Cru ,"y. Deputy Clerks Sutler Tn IppeariTc. I 1i 1-
an,1\ son Martv moved last weekmil .- I n s .li .: Oihin: ::.ik I ./rl'mir.10", ei

fnm Hawthorne to Hamp: >- i II" 1I1..n.| | i. mil, I aildri-s i iv I 111.\I I \\'.

\(PiIl'. '1.. 111'/1111111":/ 17th Mr. t .. I:\.., 111.\i .' 1.101 vice-, !

t I.n Tho couple plan to stay i n ., III Ihr ('....r. Or ilie ('.nnl> JuiUr. \\';"hi.iKtnn.: D C. i

Hio Imnie of Mrs Misner'a pai: rllrailford I'..unl,. I lurid.i. VMM are ...., ..I.v nntif'od this a I
In Prttliale. suit for lIi\ "'r i iati.l Rttr.ttic'ltof IDEA

("it, <;. Mi. an
V--'' !until the Paikers return fror Kt'rnandilie.i i "IMI|. has been filed against you In the I
i lu .\Ii (.redilwrH and IVrsmis IIn- above named Court and cause and

MH'higan in October I iii:; ( lainis "r lI..nll.n."In.; ..( you are required to serve a copy ,

Mi and Mrs P ,K Hill an id tOliti< | 1.1.: air: of your answer or pleading to the''I

\ini and uli ..f complaint on the Plaintiffs Attor-
i \.ii are h.rtbynolifteil
diuuhters left Thurslafor a : i
and ieiunnl in present .ttiy ney
If"IHIt'aration in central Fbi r- claims and deniami'- hit h .Man 1 C. \\'illl..i'. Ir I I'FI"r: 1
i v..u.t i>i
I ..ith..r..f ida Title I I Building i .1.lakoiiville.Florida with ice-cold Coca-Cola
ha\ agam-t thici.tate
uli \'i1ltingl'l.'lali't's: in Orland| I I (If you Ikhar"may I"I.h..n- KeriianI -- ( great

am' IJradtMitonMis dtz dt" .i-aacd kite i.( said ....UIIO'. and file the original In the office of ,
I I he Clerk of the Circuit Court on
to the .
.f liradfnrd
County Judge .
B'ttIa\' and daughtfMelodv r or Ii.f.re the J7th da' of _AiiKUst.
I Count. Phirida at his off e in thiIt .
left Wednesday of las; n.urt huiise of saul Count.it 1356. otherwise the legation of .

Silt like.. Florida withm, ...11 i said Complaint will tie taken aionfessed
eight -
w"p'k for a vacation trip and vial it '.. by you. \
i endar .
i months from ihitim. of thei
with relatives in Ueevcsville SMi i>' first pulilK anon of this hut.!.. ?:a. li This notice shall toa published '
,;once each week for five consecutive I
| claim or deinand shall lie i in \\iii-
r : weeks in the Bradford CountyTelegraph
| ins. and shall state tin hiatt- ..f i

.?. .Toe Mi Kowan and so'n r< -idem e and post ...ftit.lIlr.... .s ofj. I Dittd! tins. ;2 ri-t I dty of jiii iv, I*:;*. I iI

..hhnnIt'ft Wednesday nigh( the claimant. and shall lie swoin t.. OFFICIAL SKAL) Charles A. Darby ,
ItsI h's! .,, I
j olaunint. :"nl. or atI Circuit Cnur
"f the
foi their home in Oakland. !':. J. !
I and
tornej. any such lann or det By Marian L. Crosby! Deputy Clerk
iM.-i' '1 month's visit in Hampton ,,t- mand not so filed. shall I.eold. 7. :J7 4t x 17In
I j Signed., Kvi: : I. Fernindiz ,

with her sisters. Mrs. Madi l"l As Adniinisti atria: of the Psf:He The ( ireuit ('....r' Of I'l.lrl.l:,. ''''

<-oi 1,01- and Mrs. W.; A. Saxon I' of. Itn-li:ird Stephen Firnuul-z I'isliih Juilii-ial ( irriuI. la aunt ; '

Mrmil, Mrs John Mammon," FitI di. i i ased pulil!.. at;(.iI Auiii-t ". I"'"r.. I'or.In (railfi.nl li.llllrr ('..uul1'. &; '. i

of ft'\'M:il I Lake left last week fo,,r > .: H'. J4'to K\\tt l\\Ps\lP\T:: : | ,'n ',p.\xy.

.. .t .\ Morid t i '"' 1'1..11011. I'',iiiitift, v-. : :
i t -o-\\ epif cinipmg trip a 'liutI ti'iitit
ILiUJI'V! : \ ll.Izl '.\1' ti'Ml'XN'i ,
In Cirrnif I eli ri. Urailfitrd ('....itt .
ChPiokee N. C. tt al I I Ii. Itn.laniouiii I
Plmriiln: In ( hnncerlr.n :it or n in 11' v 1 IONu II
Vis-tine last week in Hampto: (Miaii.ft- ii r,".'mm riiintiff \' MIIK i: 10 \i'i'i\it I

\\1 I th the Oeorsre Saxons was Mion's r. Hugh Ft .tn. is IVnmtt. Dffindint 'I'llIT.T1: I 'F 11.01:11'To: II p

Case No. 10-1699 ..Iall.T.. S'.iili.I '". ak a Jallh' T l I 'h \ j
\ daughter. Mrs. Cleo HUll I- N ul lie 'In \ linearl MiHae. Trustees '
Souter and l John as
t.". ;nd her son Lynn of Ft. Lau l 1_ T..: Mush. FriniiTViinett. whosere'itl..n. of the Florid Railroad Company. e
i jnd aildres-i i41): UettorfMreet and theirsuctessois
of the State of Florida
dMiHIoMr I Kinsfs. : College, veAark .ind assigns.; Simon J. $
XnJ..r,.. 4z5
and Mrs M. L. Watlt>rso]n v T.-IIIIh and arah J. Temple : eS
You are hereby notified that a suitit .
hv, wf, Chailes :M \\ooil
K F Cutchens spent las: f..r di\nr, .. '. -1".1antI >
:>ml in "" 1.011ti .
1 ., 'hildren' Elijah Jac kson; O J.. Pugh; J.
f minor
Tnesdiv at their cottage at Ceda r ( and Mary I-:. Tiubv, his wifei.eorK' .
has been filed against you In the ; : H. ,cliff, .1 'k .. Jeorge ... a -
KP\" above named Court and cause and I > _
'.. Hector C'hf-
Orlftm. a k Oe..rge t
Mi and :Mrs Charles Hicks an.> you are required to serve a copy of fiii; individualb and as s..le heirat i iI I
vour answer or pleading to the
fl;iiu rhte- spent<< a week's vaca complaint' on the Plaintiff Attorney: I.n\.f Addie DeSue Criffm Cliffin.aka I
Addie 1)eIue
J. TmnaM, nriii l"0i BarnettHank a'k'a e t
t'ofi, in M""ni and Boca rank.. l.tnldi.is, Ja< K-..mille i, .\dilii, E: lieSii.'. if :tiiv.art.! .! the unknown I :
of t.lill of them if
\'kl ;-1'I'h i the Floyd Luckie S i Florida, nIan,1! IHlII'! ,if ;all"f th III ,It. d..,.d, t *
file the
original tn the office
ill M' iii" The Uickies. formerliif )v ,of the Clerk of the Circuit Court on to Hi.. 11,1,1"\\, i -i>"' '. h. ii -. .1-' lb

i ; nni'SMlle.! are both working or before tV 27tli .Iar i.f A nciislli'ib : :,
; otherwise the allegation of 'N
',\ '!'li the Dade County agriculture 1 said Complaint will lie taken as }

confessed by you. I .: ? .
a.;, nt s office "f
This notice shall! lie published FRIGIDAIRETHE \ .
Mis Fiank Thomas and sorT I .int'e each week fm, fur ...eiimve %_._ .

in:os spent Monday of last wee*!t weeks. In the Bradfoid dmnty Telegraph -

ill .1.., ksonxille with the R C. r.t.,1 t'n J-.l .1,,\' ..f .TilV:! I'.',,; RESTKNOW'NN:1E

C < ,\\' unilv: and lIrs. Gray an'u.iien |I (Official Seal) .Charles. .\. Iarbvtlct : I IX ELECTIIICIlEIllUEIIATION -
k ( the Cinuit Court -
>. \.sited Mrs Thomas ani 1 I I I!> Mortal. U Crb\ H''toi''' C1-' ;
7;:27 4t v 17
011Tu..II ,I
oiliei ftionds in Hampton ItAXRESWATKK

: ,' MUM i: 1'(. UTKtilf : HEATERS

Frank Brown of In IreuK <'..ur(. llrailfwril ('....0'".
Mi, anti Mrs
Kliirlilni In < hanrrrir. AIR CONDITIONERS

.1.1. k"onnllt' were Sunday visitors!i .I''l'h \V. ,- i r; .:miff:: \ -. J. .uW :
Mrs i-I-, 1..1.!.:. WASHERS & DRYERS
ci Hamnton with his mother. '
I.t.t> N"i. 1'-1\' '
T !-' Brn\\'n. \tliee Tu.1.|iear
The Ue .t For I.e-sS
T..' J.' P"h..".' r. Mili.rand ,.., Get
I.ln Mrs. U L. Drown spent
I :uiil: -- i I' I ,11,11"\\11 :

Sundix in Green Cove Springs I: You are hereby notified that a AtSmith's :.

with Mi and :Mrs Henry Chvim:, suit for di\or I ..
'has been filed against you ir zhe -.." _
ani, attended services at Shiloh I 'above named Court and caupa and Garage

yoU are required to ( of !
Ku\tu.t t ChurchMi .1 'I'a copy Idea conCeit of A'reron tlo"e Y"..: "i-
our answer or I>pleading the

.n(| Mrs L .t Wiggins; complaint on the Plaintiff! Chipped:: Beef Burger

and, daughter of JacksonvilleMited .\It"'n.\ II i 1.01.1\\:1.: : I' O 1,1 x FllI G; IIAI1E
1111. Ca: .nn.:1.:!.>, 1-1.'id.: ,.
Mi and Mrs II. B Wig- and file the original in the office Sales and Service

I h.f the Clerk of the Circuit Court on
!;!PS last Sunday or hefnre the
We !Sen ice All Makes of
J7 day. f'I II-.t. I1)',!}, 2 ((8-oz.) cans Spanish style 1 ((5-oz.) jar dried beef
IMM\I ':otherwise lt'rtrioa.1: Appliances
MUM i: 10 \ the allegations of said'

In I frrull tinrt.. llrnillc.nl CituntT.> Complaint will be taken as conS 606 X Templee.. tomato sauce 6 toasted, buttered buns '
i.-n.-fr. fed
I lo'lilnIn < by vntt.TMS :
1 I i '"'I.). .... I'l I ht: : t \ .I.ill notice shall be published j

si, i. [1'.II.I! ,mi once each week for tour consecutive 1'IION'E 120(
<'..-.' \. ,,1,1 I'M weeks In the Bradford County Tele- : 1;. '

\..'I... <|.npnr"ri ,, i> i'.i 1 11'! .- j. 1"\ ;' .J i :v .. .. Simmer tomato sauce with chipped beef about :00 min. Spread on split buns, C .
.1 i .ti'1 i: MH: \% 'i -* .

.1\ iit I ..,lill -- i- I nkn ,\\ 4 .
Real} that calls for ice-cold
with "hot"catin
1 "I i i'.' hereby nn'tfi" Ih'' "> uf'* top toothpick jrarnish. / .

.1 I x .1 .> ami n -' "! .i' I '" f WE CONTRACT FOR
.i 'l.-n, ii.utx" Coca-Cola to put a burger at its best. Enjoy Coke with all your summer .
... m I In tho
I : filfil asaln *
i- .n '
,d. nim.tl fourt aii't riMin.. : .) ALL TYPES OF' BUILDING meals. Its real great taste and real bright sparkle just plain make food fun. 7 \
c i .\-f iuired to s..n.> a i npof

\ ai-w.r or .' .1inij, to the W'SINESS AM n RESIDENTI home the Coke '
,, Bring today
.. i I. ',' ,'n the Plaintiff: r-'eCrrtn \ .,

1 fi I.' th* original In the nffe'

|1',,. ( ".'rs; of Ih* rir.-'H? inrt on FREE ESTIMATES
d Int: day ..f "I'I"l'd! ,, '. -

.. (. ..I'ITUIS the atlesatinns of
> ,1 C'I.Luni will b. taKen anl > and Coke to at best !

., ..,". !?>:>.:\,.#>ous shall. he puV'sVd! \\Y L. THIGPEN I ,, JR. put you your sparkling

.. .... 'i \t i>i-k for four cunseiiitu*
.n th. Bradford bounty Teli'I Phone 207-J Starke. Fla.

4. ''h Route 2 Box 213 DThat's
: ,1 1 d.i> of .\ IB is'. I:':,* -

''I"f': i" .U 1 sVil) charles A I\ail \' .
i--: i k ..f the Circuit <'"U't Ccl is a r ;.utered trade-man. ':=. 1956 The Coca Cola Company

I' Mi t : MI: L ('r6sb) [1"1\' ,'.*.t
S 3 4t -1 .
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Our Business
,4)lIl: in .%PPI: KIn -
Ill-run Court llradfurd iuualy.I 0 L A S s-I j7T-;; -

lurid*: In ( .......r,. If It's CIa* We have It !

\\ .01 I. in. -, i'Umtiff. *.s. !',,ro .
1 I.i> I. .t-r. Defendant Case Xu 101T2INull. CALL WRITE orS VISIT # :: ft4i

..e In \1.ur..
Joe Peters Glass Co.
1. 11'1'')thy May Eager whose WiiO)1 1

,!I. n,'.' .i:nd address: U S \eez\

:''' ...t t. ir.s\iiie! .California.i '
'1 .11''' i erbv notified that a FOR ANY GLASS NEED r- H 'uf

'. !. il.
'r vrce
. rtn t..,.d aga.n: you In the We- Ieign i Modern Store Fronts % Cfr
, > ',.>. .' I t'I at.d
i .j taus f Just Mail l"s A Pattern for
I ." r. c.j to i""r\ .'
; .. -i .- lj..t.h n- 11 I Table Tops:

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AlT.rST 10, 1956 I'f: NINE:
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Kev. Raymond E.: MaclSlain NEWS OF INTEREST TO COLORED BIG DADHAPPENINGS rain did run them nsie, :
''STATE FARM Mary Pick sport Sundaya: i

Services at St. Mark's Episcopa CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTYBy Jax Beach and st.Audrey A.--t.i.-; :; ;

JICHUE HIi Church will be as follows: Ozura J. Shell ly Janet Turner Silcox W.t.m Ja. ;n."'.- ,
I 9.45 Churc] I!>' ..IiijuaMlen vile! on'business "
Sunday: : a.m. Phone 135JkAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA: Tli.M'i. i: < I
101V 011111111111011111Iacationing .,tAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaal .
School and Adult Class: 11 a.m. noon.
-4.:-:::- -v. ,i Morning Prayer and Sermon; 6:3': :, Knilu| >f.H. On Vacation Grace Kelley ias .\ r.e.j'un.J '. I
p.m. Y. P. S. L. Mis. Angie Franklin an,1 Mr anii j Mi.- harry: young left Mi and Mr." Gene McCellan iJu'cp.: and, lanuly spent It is very bei "itnincWe I

Methodist Church At The TabernacleFred Wednesday: .:3., pm. Litany; daughter Joyce of Starke are:i last Friday fin Miami and othi(' and sonwere weekend guests of Sunday with Mr and Mrs J. T. do I I
sure :mss .L..tr u;n-
I and Meditation; 8pm. Cho: visiting relatives and mends i m points on the Florida east coal Mr and Mrs. Owen House. : Taylor in Palatka. fis and I IIta'e
I i Tomm\ Sue ulnho; ;:
p.ef T Tompkins a graduate Reed ot PaikoilhtPalmsI ) 1 Practice. Jacksonville. She is a teacher i atI I They went by way of Green Cove I Calve Gainey and daughter.
| Mr. and left .
Mrs. Milo
i and Seigler us to awast I \ :-t !mm
ot .\sbUl)' Seminary in \Vil- I formerly 01 Ontano. Canada, pioi -[ Holy Communion: 1st Sunday, 1 Worthington Springs consolidate Springs where Charlie Howard family spent Sunday Campvillej Linda spent Monday and Tuesdayin the stork. I
; ;
m '.,. Ky. will preach at the i i vided special music at the Gospel 11 a. m.; 3rd Sunday, 7:30::: a. m school and will resume work on I will join them to visit his wife with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jacksonville where Linda is The Shirt Unit
(|awaits everyone. the 20th of this month. I who is employed in Miami. They taking therapy treatments. naAO new
morning service in the First Metnojist Tabernacle last Sunday night.At I I .! Bryan Whitfield. i trainees this week Aln. Ricks I
Professor Elmer Shell and wife! will reside at the Lord Calve: About 25 friends and neigh- ,
Church this Sunday. He the Sunday morning service 1 Bruce Norman of Jacksonville,, and Velma Hughes ..lemVaJe is
St. Edward's Church 31. for points Hotel while in Miami will
Con- left the city July and i bors enjoyed a fish fry at Margie
v A member of the the was the weekend guest of Ir.i the nhelpt'r me' :;r. :the: pantsunit.
sponsor spoke on "Temples"and I i east which will include stops i in II visit the relatives and friends i in Summerlm's house Saturday.Lake i
ifivnfe and has served as minister and Mrs. H. M Richade. The P.i-J .
I was assisted by Fred Pacher I Sunday Mass at 9.15 a m. South Carolina. North Carolm; Foit Lauderdale and West Palm

at the Hillsborough at Methodist the Lake in the communion service at the Holy day masses, 6:30: a. m. and i : Washington. Philadelphia and I IJeach. They will join a siste: harde's also had as their guest ( Cutler announce the birthof On the sick 1 t.st thi-! u<-. ti were I
Church in Tampa and their daughter. Miss Jane Ri-
close of worship. 8:30: a. m.Children's. New York. Enroute back to I Sophia Brown. of Pittsburg. Pa. a son. Donald Ethndge. onAug Ethel Russ and Int; r.; 11.1 Arnold

Butler Methodist Church. He now ; Catechism Class eaot Staike they will stop in Atlant i who has not been south for the charde of Gainesville. 1 In Lake Butler Mrs. Hall EMellc! Padgett> *," i i- :- the

has a special appointment as I riiritcii OF con I Wednesday at 3:15: p. m. and pick up Willetta Betty wh past five years. They will retur Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Kuceia and IS the torn.et ..Mi.; ('.u .dlr! : ('11'\'- Rradfoid! Cour.U. If-:'.; I. .: ar.

Chaplain at the State Prison at I I Keystone Heights! will enter the fourth grade this to Starke in a week or ten day:, son. Bryan, returned home Saturday of the St.ite Fat": Opt l.tt.O": i.L.Al't kNEED ;
Raiford. The pastor Rev. Donald Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morn after a three weeks tour of I
(At St. William's Chapel) year at RJE.Airman We wish for this patty a'ry
Kokomoor, is attending a three- ing Worship. 11 a. m. Sunday Mexico.Mr. .
(Follow Hiway 21 south to St O. Jenkins Jr. and successful and pleasant vacation .
day ronfeience at Lake Junalus- Evening Service 7:43: YPEService A. $50 $100<
p. m. at the CASH? -- -- -- $300
II William's Sign.) family returned to Aberdeen. IJ. Both men are employed and Mrs. R. P )'hLI'lloImand
ka. Wednesday, 7:43: m.
p. Sunday Mass 8 a. m. after extended visit with relatives Naval Air Station at Green Coy sons left this week tor a "\\II
The Union Evening Sen'iceiJl Prayer Meeting Friday, 7:43 p. m. an PROMPT COlKTEOrs: COXFIDEXTIU.
I Holy day masses 7:30: a. m. and friends. Springs. weeks vacation in the Great Smoky -
oe in the First Methodist Church I' LAWTEYSunday Confessions before all Masses.Clll'HCU Mountains.
I ii\fntion Center Social SI\iJ(11111 flay
at 8 p.m. Rev. W. S. McAliley will School, 10 a. m. Morning MARION FINANCE CO. Inc.
the I Worship. 11 a. m. YPE Service Staike is becoming one of lhe President Ethel Young annources Little Brantley Tumorpent I
bring message. I Saturday, 7:30: m. OF ,JF US CHRIST iiin&t outstanding conventio I that the play being practiceby Sunday and Mondavith hi.-!

The First Quarterly Confer- p. I LATTER DAY SAINTS: towns in this area. Recently we club members will be presented frrandfather. Roy Tumer. in lake 21S W. I'lmerMty: :A\e Phone FI165331Gainesville ; ; !
eme of the Church will be held I All Fla.
successftreinventions. sometime in September. Butler. ,
!SE\EXTII: DAY Services each Sunday in old ; have had three very
Monday night at 8 o'clock. All ,\() XTNT CHURCH i Masonic H.J1 on E. Call St. Sunday I The members of Calvary I persons with parts are asked to Mr. and flit Mallette Hale of I
Official Board members. Commission Pleasan to and learn then
i Riptist Church. continue study I
School 1" a. m. Sacrament I ,
Chairmen, and others interested Services each Sabbath In the'I Grove Methodist Church. and Allen The next general rehearsal \\i i III I
Service 6:30 wel
m. Everyone
in the work of the home of S. N. Brown across from come. p. Chapel .e. M.K. Church send he the last Mondayin AIl lIst ", :! !i. .! ... I
Chun'h are invited to attend. Bethel Baptist Church east of out three cheers for all the wonderful t when some of the I'iot ret III nII Y '-' ;: ';w
I =: 11.-"t '-I ...
All other services at regular Starke. Sabbath School 2 p. m. : BETHEL i members and citizens cStaike from vacations Please plan no-" '_ / --- jJ!

times. Bible Study each Wednesday, BAPTIST CHURCH who helped to make thes II to attend this wonderful pl.n "

i i 7:30 p. m.--Arden Mote, pastor. I conventions successful. The last meeting was held ;at HT
I S Old Tires Worth AforeRight
KIVGSLEy LAKE i Sunday School 10 a. m. Preaching I Bible Nhool I, the home of Annie Jane Dell and ere '

MISSIONARY BAPTIST HEILBROXN : services 11 a. m. and 8 p. m. For the past week daily vacation -I was very enjoyable.! The nermeeting

I BAPTIST CHURCH i Song service 7:30; : p. m.Rev.."I I will be held on the third
Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Bible School has been conducted i.; How When You rtl1 ils fork
1 R. L. Lee, pastor. .\ M F.. Mond.iy at the home of Rosa \ J ... ;
Worship 11 a.m. Evening Sunday School 10 a m. Preach- at Allen Chapel : ,
i member
Service 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting ing 11 am. Training Union 6:30 Church with Mrs. Elizabeth O;- Ghent on North St.

each Wednesday 7:30 p.m. Everyone I p.m. Preaching 7:33: ( p.m. Prayer EVERGREEN I yens and Elder A. W. Bowles in are asked to l>e present. Busines$ J& "
i -
BAPTIST KthiYoiine
welcome.-Rev. 7:30 : CHURCHSunday have been ably a:- of vital importance '"t .
H. Mott 'har
H. Meeting Wednesday p.m. I ( e. They -:;:
pastor. Rev. F. B. Beard, pastor. School 10 a. m. Preaching I sistPii by Kev. U J. Washington I president: R \

i 11 a. m. Training Union 6:3C I and Mrs. N E Washington tot- I reporter.GRAHAM. "

I p. m. Preaching 7:30 p. m. Prayer mei president of the conferenc I nnnnnt.nnn.,....
I Meeting Wednesday 7:30: p. m. branch of the Women's Horn 3-rAflon


I "OODJ.'XIISSJOSARY: i of the High Springs District. i <<

BAPTIST CHURCH I'rf-I'Lmning at it..i.E.

FLA. According to a statement from :Mrs. John McKinney:
10 a m. Sunday School, 11 a.m i
I Supt. H. P. Morgan in a recen I
preaching. 6:15: BTU, 6:43: : pray 10111010011010110000000.Mrs. .
; with Principal
planning meeting
er service, 7 o'clock song sel'\ ces.SEW ,.
1 C C. Anderson. Eddie Thom Irene Ratliff was visitin

Jefferson and Court Streets In The Heart of Town RIVERBAITIST I kins, and Supervisors Gibson, De- her son and daughter-in-law. Mi by '

Phones Office 234 Pastorium 130 CHURCH morest, and Shell, the Preplanning and Mrs Colen Ratliff in Gainesville -

i Conference for teachers will: last week. GOOD wE4R
Sunday School, 10 a. m. Worship start on August 20. During the Mr. and Mrs George Tison hay
Sermons 11:00 A.M. 8:00
Sunday P.M.
: Hour, 11 a. m. Evening Service I first week the meeting will be moved to Gainesville. Mrs. Tiso;

Sunday School 9:45 A.M. Training Union 6:45 P.M. 7 p. m. Prayer Meeting each I held on the county level at R.J.F. is the former Margie Lefever.Mr. .

Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Everyone I The welcome of new teachers and and Mrs. Marion McLeod of 3-T Triple-Tempered Nylon Cord and
Midweek Service 8:00 P.M.
Wednesday, welcome.1.. L. Parker, pastor. old will be on Monday, committee Gainesville spent the weeken

Hear the Sunday Morning Service over WDVH at I assignments and orientation with their grandparents. Mr. and Grip-Seal construction for extra safety'

CHRISTIAN' CHURCH generally. On Tuesday Superviso I Mrs. J. Surrency.Mr. I t
11 a.m. Regular Broadcast Every 1, 3, and 5 Sunday. Pemorest will bring a specialis I
Ike Lefever spent '
and Mrs. l
Rev. J. E. Sherwood, Pastor I Custom styling in step with nev car
in art for a demonstration to tin with thei
weekend in Tampa
Bible School, 9:45: a. m. Morn- I
I ing Worship, 11 a. m. Youth I discussion entire group.and On round Wednesday table will!a son. Tom. and family.Mr. design

Church, 6:30 p. m. All young and Mrs. Horace Cain am
Sermon Subjects For Sunday Services people invited. he held on reading which will in-I children, and Mr. and Mrs. Albeit -

i elude reflections from the meeting -! Sparks and son of Starke al New Twin-Grip Tread stops your car up s of .
11 A.M. "APPROVED UNTO GOD I recently attended by MrsPemorest. r
Ot CHRIST home-made ice cream atI
CHURCH I I enjoyed
}Ir. other; to 24% quicker
Morgan and
S P.M. "THE POWER OF FAITH" C L. Oterturf jr., MlnKter I I the home of Mr. and Mrs Leo On the INSIDE
I at Peabody College. t Stronger
B.ble 10 a. m. : and Friday is reserved -I Dyal last Sunday.Mr. OUTSIDE
Sunday Study Tenn. Thursday
First Baptist Church HamptonSunday Morning Worship 11 a. m. Eve I for consultants from the< I I and Mrs. H.of),1.their Wasdu son- Live action tread for more safety, quiet, Safer on the

Education were supper guests
ning Worship 7:30 p. m. State Department of I comfort
Wednesday Bible Study 7:30: i During the following week planning in-law and daughter, Mr. and i :
:' Mrs. A. T. Andrews in Gainesville -
School10 a.m. p.m.Radio I will continue in individual .N
4 program "Old Paths"I school centers. Friday, August Thursday of last week.

Training Union 7 p.m Each Sunday 9 a. m. Station : 31, will be the annual outing for Mrs Kate Starling had as guest;

WDVH. I teachers. School will open for registration last weekend her sons. Earl am:
Hour of Power" Wed. S
p.m f BAPTIST CHURCH i of all students old and I II I Lewis and their wives, all off

I new on Tuesd.1. Sept. 4, at 8:30: I
a m. Busses will resume regular I Mrs. Bunie Broughton and Mr Service Station
1 1i
'COME1.n1 Sunday School 9:45: a.m. ,
& f. m'.tt Worship services 11 a.m.i schedules. If there are any I and Mrs. Buddie Stokes were. in .
I Jacksonville last Saturday.Mr.
Training Union 6:45 p.m. Eve- changes they will be announced SEEKER D. GOODMAN
:\ E. FAILE. PASTOR and Mis. John Moody and
ning service 8 p.m. Come and bv Principal E. Thompkins so I U. S. 301 at South City Limits
children. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency F Ft
worship with U3 : real your Bradford County Telegraph I
Starke Fla.
each week for further information I visited the Highland zoo last Sun ,

: i day. -
"HANDY I Thurston School News I II I Mr and Mis. E. N. Durkee of) --- -

p BOTTLED GAS S SERVICE E I The school beautification committee -' Hollywood visited the John Me-

FLAME" has been on the job all I Kinneys Monday night. :

summer according to a recent report Everyone is invited to attend FORD

COMPLETE BOTTLED GAS SERVICE FOR from Henry Bryant who is I I preaching Sunday morning at 11 Most horsepower per dollar-

o'clock. Rev. Macaroy of Trenton
a trustee and treasurer of the

COMMERCIAL -- HOME OR FARM USESEE PT.A. The present project has I I will bring the morning and evening V-8 or Six!

almost been completed which included -i message.

the sealing and paintingof I
US BEFORE YOU BUY the interior of the school. ,I ,............,..v....... Compare all makes of trucks. Compare net

DIXIE GAS RANGE AS LOW AS. $89.95 I Wateroak School News h as th e horsepower compare suggested list prices.YGu'Il .

20 GAL. GAS WATER HEATER AS LOW AS $89.95 I The refectory set up by princi HIGHLAND' discover that Ford gives you more
pal M E. Roberts came in very
power for your money than any other truck
, handy during the convention, July Ity Mr*. Lacy :Norman1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAM4AA line! And only Ford gives you the gas and oil
25-29, all of the delegate
HARRY C. ELROD FURNITURE COMPANY were served as meals there by the I owes t economy of a modern Six.Short Stroke engine in

truck V-8 or
committee All members of Pleasant i Mr and Mrs Floyd Norman of mry ,

21S Temple Ave. Phone 43ITS Grove and Wateroak school Jacksonville visited the Leonard The factory-suggested list prices of Ford

Lowest Prices Easiest Terms i community are grateful to Principal : Xormans last Sunday.Mr. I Trucks are scaled right down with the lowest.

Roberts for this fine serviceto : and Mrs. R. E. Sapp of .
Many, many Ford Truck models are priced
the church. The first regular d
I Green Cove Springs were supper HELOall\ compctitirc makes!And Fords pay
I Price
meeting of the PTA will be held guests of the Lacey Normans
t oT: to owners through resale rotor: it stays
on Monday. Sept. 3, with President i- 1 last Friday.
I I high thanks to the big demand for used
Beatrice DeSue presiding.Ml
Mrs Janie Marr: Knightson of
-1..1\,9 members are asked to be present Ford Trucks. Consider maintenann cost:
-- ; Charlotte N. C. is visiting friends
"I as some vital information and relatives here. t riiolc 18 iie Ford Trucks are built stronger for prvten*

'r.fO"orite concerning your children will be I Mr and Mrs. Vernon Griffis longer life!

cDrVI \ iisrussed Please plan now to attend and baby of Jacksonville attendd -

We will continue to remind i ? church here Sunday and visitd -

cow of your school and PTA and > the Albert Normans.Mr. .

fOItI Hobbv Club meetings which will I arm Mrs. D. L. Rigsby of

esume in a few weeks. Staike visited Mrs. Ruth Man- ,
,0- i
i'uture Enrollment Sunday afternoon. iI i
According: to Principal Eddie Don't forget church and Sunday

Thompkins. he will enroll his &hool.

first youngster at RJ.E. in the

all of If<62. We don't know at I

his writing whether it is a boy

( or girl but will let you know as Wash Your Clothes

jtkcapeIiSUPER( con as we return from NPW ., ?

Tork Citv. Good link and best 0 Pounds

\ushes. "Prof"hurch
F -'- '
( ( :Nel1'Mt. "
Monah Methodist Church For 40c! /- % rt1

rill hold regular services on Sunday I

starting with Sunday School. : FREE Bleach If Desired! I
/ : i Header loads! Ford F100'front and
I I brother Robert Dell. who is on i
0 rear axles are engineered for greater
i r acation. will be in attendance combined capacity than any other '

i LJJ md take ar. active part. Morn- We Will "half-tonnpr"-up to 100 lbs. more! .

.'/ ing worship: at 11 a.m. Love JCottle

: Feast' at 7 p.m. The Holy Eucharist I Dry Your Clothes ill;

/r0 will be served by the pas- Ford Trucks cost less. last longer

I tor. All members invited to at-:I' For 20c '
I end i 'I Using la est registration data on 10,502,351 trucks,i tlif r /. ,

Earl E. Minott, music specialist.
/ GOOD IT'S SUPERIOR. Wherever there's

a party the winning vote for ice cream flavor goes for three years in Bradford Couny. -I
t to accept a positiont
J to "Super Sue," because it's good, wholesome food. resigned I
home in Sanford, Florida.
Whenever buy ice cream, cast vote for ; Andrews Motor Co0
you your ie will be head of the music de- The Washeteria
4 "Super Sue." Many delicious flavors kids love, adults artmer.t at Crooms Academy.

yy enjoy. Cones cups pints, family 4 gallons. Ve wish for him a successful tenure I Iemple Ae.i Blsrte

in and know that hes
; prepared to do a. fins Job. 1 i lei I & ADAMS STS. PHONE 118 Starke, F1a.1TIDtY .

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I In Courthouse ;: I Farm Forester Warns Rainmaking Halted home game against i i;' r. <\ *
i Space \ Apparently '
Board Ku Klux Klansmen Farm Forester'sService Springs.

Bradford I Provided For Parole Beetles Still MenaceTo I Register saM: BUS .'.' r e t

I, Officer Slated Here Local Forestlands LONG DRY SPELL BROKEN guards make .t .t1!;i.... n. :' '-'

Request Audit Meet In Bradford OfferedTo Sible" for the box,- t.> I' < x ., \

:, Biadtoid: Couithou-e "fL T'i'pentine; : beetles are still a Wows in the face He1 ,.I i t' -
Tlif !"ng--s.t.l.r.! ; .j ii "'. ,::

j -Ja.e \\ill be piovuiej fill a State :nena<'t' to Bradford County's valuable till' Bl tllttl! 1 C"''1'!tIM'I: ?-,',-'L.defin .' 11 77 :'.' '" r: 1V.! ;. "i 27 m< hes ty is our first tor.'ePresbyterian "",

Of Law Officer (Continued From Page! 1) I I parole offcer.: who will serve Clay CountyThe pine trees. Farm ForesterDon :tei' bi i ken IPIa\ and| .1 hi:u ::1.i 1 l'!'""| t; iii; !:-:, !iltS .n u Vi. and !

| Bradfoid Union and Bakeij Champion warned this week
Is I U irulH" !
when l!> 42 inches 01 ia.n W.1.- ; in 1956. when the Church :
'ngrohts were women. Before j Counties. "It takes only about seven
Mir.nukeit. were at work.
the started, many of Bi ad I old. Oiunty Comnus- cents to an infested :' measured at the Raifoid state !
I"nun Tag One) ceremony j Bradford Commission spray stump. ..
imirtl .
The County E\
(Ciint Prison weather statIOn. [ t TIM :Miuh Rex Alec Perne p.!.-.:."' i if :Mt! !
their children were on the scene.although I SloTh agreed Monday to share the Champion said. "and that may
Monday agreed to spend (I The agent said some dissatisfaction 'f .>- '
It was the wettest May and First I'resbvtetian Chun: > Vit : -
robes.A ,: services of its farm forester. Don
none was seen in : save a lot of $3. SI or $5 trees"The
pui ported "inegularity"-- i something like $1,000 to provide June at the Raiford station for results bv-ause folks expect viater. N .1.. v\il! deliver! the n'<>' :;-
check of license tags on Champion. with Clay County on beetles in a
age. 01 the wo.king of county the office The work will involve !I remain stump at least six too much. "\Ve never claimed ing ',-"inion at the Flst l'tV>\ -
i-ars used by robed Klansmen j a temporary one-year basis. I II after a tree has been cut. Cham- years and perhaps
prisoners on private proJevts.Knight I erecting a wall and cutting a dooron !I longer. to make it tain out of a clear terian Chuuh! th:.- S'in.i i\ Th- '
showed the meeting obviously I I Champion currently is based in Ii said and they will infest "
said State Atty. Gen the second floor. pion Mue! sky lie -.idOur only JMMOI, Rexv S :\1-\lky: 'A...
dominated by those from out- Bradford, although he also serves other tiees unless killed by a : Quick to take credit foi the
RichaldV.. Ervin advised him I I The new parole officer, as yetI < 1.im \\.I,. t.. .!:Iyou from 15 ries ie. ..imiiil jnei II Itm"n 1''i
side Bradford County. Itavalj St Johns County. The addition | of BHC mixed in diesel oil. increased rainfall here and over ;
prosecution on a peonage offense I unnamed by the State Parole spiav t'i:: i en' nii>ie lain than \ Exen.nj: S,'n.n :::11' K.1-
lof I Clay to his circuit he the rest of the 21-<'Ounty North
I j County (Jacksonville ) tags predominated means He said damage to a tree bv
\Iii 'Aouldme] cut'en t otherwise : .. lr
would lest with the individuals | Commission will be one of the Methotli.st! Chutih S Hj.\ r ; :
I while there was a i I will split his time among the beetles may be noted in the formof Florida and South Georgia aiea; ThiN I believe hue
oncerned They could bring civil i 17 authorized by the recent spe- we done
smattering from such countiesas | three counties. a big lump of red gum.' which was the cloud-seeding) film headed -
if woiked illegally i of the Legislature.
criminal cases cial
or I Marion, Lafayette. Orange and i session : The addition of Clay. which is ,I II formwhere the tiee was injured by Dr. Irving P. Kntk
I provision for quartering the of-
Baker. I' i yet subject to approval by the In a statement from I 'enorrv.lo Football Helmet
made. fker made at the request of
When the charges were I Klansmen early : ?t. Johns County Commission. Kuck said l'aini.lll in t tlio
began arriving ('. luilge I George L.1'atttn .
Commissioner 11. A. Bishop C"T\IIt 'lIIt : .
Count 'I'for the rally which was slated was recommended on a "temporary Two Father..Son 21-i.onntv project area axeraijtd
of L
.Ii, requested the presence basis" by the Floinl.i. Foi- 1 four cent higher tlii-i thtirt '
j begin at 8:30: p.m. At 6, there \pei Face ProtectorsTo
the sheriff was out l'to
Reddish But
three cars and the 10-foot est Service. uf the state wheie tin < 'iu.iNAt

of town, visiting relatives and I burlap-wrapped cross was readyto Good Soil! TestRecommended Under the new plan. Bia.i.tsCOSt Teams Serve In le not seeded.
fin-mi* in
erect. of maintaining taim .. ','- (V.ntr.iit Expired: Protect

hit Of Talk! 1 At 7 p.m., there were eight ;;tei. will drop from $1.200) to S760 The ( ontract with Knk: > firm Boys

County Commissioner E. L. a year National GuardS rxpneii, June :30. and app.uentlv
cars and some 30 people All
THAI..id agreed "there has beenan By the (nmpany's silver iodide genn.itoij. Just A Minute Sir
: were from other counties. I Cost. however, was not a signif Faitilild.s: alt.,, lil to hi-1 ,
awful lot of talk and it should t i are not bombaidmg: the
:<'.mt factor in the County Com mets will be a new equipment
8 lined both sidesof
be leaml up one way or the oth- By p.m.. cars mission's ,,! Uii> in t tn,' St.ukv Ntonal; !.kv. feature when Bradford
.. U.S. 301. Estimates differedas Bradford By bringing High That hoiiM > uu lue in .
ei Agent Clay into the program now Bradford GiMul, l i.ilmat a fannh affair Zedia Hamilton of Brooker. Starts football pi'adi.ondIY:
to the exact number with a Ami how it ha
He moved that the Commission hopes within a year to dropSt That s t the word from l Klansman announcing 710) ears
mniest the governor for the audit Johns. This would the Joseph G0011.. public information Committee said he changed in the laoot few
over the loud speaker system W.th :tiawbeiitime. nearingagain. :; mean Lennard B Register Jr.
comment. "If something offuer. heard from the \earx? Yes. it'sorth more
with the forester who said there had not companyAnd
would serve two invited
adjacent all BUS
while both Highway Trooper C. County Agent George T. boys in grades
i n rong. I want to know it. counties eliminating are two father-son teams and County Agent George: T. than t-\er before and. if
I Musgrove and Deputy Sheriff Huggins this week urged Bradford lengthy seven through twelve to turnout
Thus isn't mv office it belongs toI 1 commuting. 10 brother combinations in the. 1 rug ins said the rainmaker's for lie Fire strike you can lo.e a
I Fate Brown estimated the number farmers to obtain a soil test practice. hopes for
the people" The Forest Service said the local armored ordnance unit. monthly reports have ceased to lot more.
at 500 or a little above. I to determine the need for lime greater participation because 12
After some delay the request I addition of Clay is a temporary This means he said that 20 come to his office. BUS lettermen graduated last

for special audit was seconded by'' Cross Job BungledKiansmen 1 Of all agricultural practices. 'expt'dient. since experience has of the S6 enlisted men. or about Most farmers in I HlfordCounty June. Hate) jou injured accordinaly -

Bishop and passed with no dissenting -I doused the cross witha said Huggins. the use of lime shoa tri-county arrangementis :30: per cent are serving with don't seem to share ?
I five gallon mixture of kerosene J "will! give gieater leturn per dol- "Many young bOYS will have
members of their cloud-seed-
vote not generally satisfactory. own family. I iKucks optimism over to really ball to fill their If not don't Call
and oil. One robed member said ; lar invested, providing the lime play delay -

On the charge involving peonage ,! preparing the cross was left toI I is needed" Bradford has had a farm forester The father-son combinations I ing Many appear to believe that shoes," commented RegisterHe

Chairman Call for two years. Championtold are C\VO John C. Stephens and I "the Old Master makes it rain
Commission two of the graduates
"total boys" and they "bungledthe Added Huggins, "The use of the commissioners he now his son. Pvt. Freddie Stephens when and if he wants to. andnothing's said
Prevail said he and Knight presented because sufficient fuel Kenneth Elder and Jerry Lawson. H. C. Wall\
1 job" limestone acid soils has long AgencyPhone
statements to the IT. S not used The cross burned on has enough requests for "almostfull and SFC Ernest Tanner Sr. and I going to change that both were awarded four-vear col'epe .
ten:: regarded as one of the basic
Distrut Attorney in Jacksonvilleon only a few minutes. time" work in Bradford Sgt Ernest Tanner Jr. Otheis; are skeptical hut still scholarships for their football -

principles of soil managementThe The farm forester willing to go along since the progiam's -
operation The brother
Wednesday. < Klansmen teams. some with I ability. : 146
; The rally opened as use of limestone on soils in i is small and there's
He said t:>-> statements were raised the cross and put it toflames. : Bradford has been costs 6.300, but the three counties as many' as three membeis. are:.' cost Bradford High will play 10 varsity -

who | County proven will put up only 40 per cent Arthur 15 and William Alvarez:. an outside chance cloud-seeding and six B squad in
signed by former prisoners robed games
The group clasped :200 E. Call Street
a money-making practice on several extra showernow
1 while the Florida : might produce an
had worked on the sheriff's farm hands and marched around the Forest Service Zaek and Glen B. Crawford: AI the upcoming season. The sea
and pastuies
crops .
while serving terms in the County cross. |I "Strawberries have made outstanding furnishes the remainder. bert L. and Lamar H. Crosby: and then. son will open Sept. 15 with a

Jail. I circulated 1 Clifton and Ray Gnffis: Owen'' !Since a meeting several weeks gan'e in !Staike' against Macclen- Starke Fla.
As Klansmen through response where lime was I. .
Knight said the usual procedurein spectators with membership needed." Hospital Head Sets P... John L. and Roman Alvarez; ago.: the Bradford Weather Mo.1- nv and lose No21 with a

such cases is for the Federal blanks, the master of ceremonies|I Husrgins said he would be gladto James V.. Carl L. and CharlesA. ifnation Committee has been "on
I Daily For
I fence" and made definite
the no
to Crosby: Samuel G. and
Bureau of Identification con- sought enlistments. He gave a. help obtain soil samples. which I Harry

duct an investigation with crimi- Jacksonville address for mailing Blood Type Testing C. Bleasdale Jr.: Vernon and Vir- : decision about the program.
will be analyzed free of cost by
At the last meeting. an agentof Sell It Rent It Trade
nal cases brought if the facts membership blanks. I the University of Florida eel Griffis; Vernon 1... and! Paul with
Krick's firm was armed
warrant. I A Klansman explained members Those desiring to participate E. Starling: Lemuel S. Jr. anj
I, But he advised against limE'
Court in the Bradford James F. Williams. figures maps and graphs which
Records of the Circuit the County Blood
were not signed up on spot, i treatment unless the qualities 01 '

Clerk disclose the county$100 monthly over a ,. since new members are admitted i the soil are known "Soil tests an; each Bank weekday can have from their 1:30 blood: to typed 2:30p.m. indicated an average the project of 433 area inches received of- WITH% A TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED

period of years paid only after a month's "investigation. -. important to determine the nee School Head rain last year 80 per cent of
for rental of a truck for usa in ." :I hospital administrator R. Says
for lime or to determine that yot I. normal while West and Cen
impounding cattle. I I The major speaker introduced E. Edmondson said this week.
need it."The. :
Beginning in September of 1950 i by the unnamed master of cere- I, dangers of over-liminj'I He said these hours will be re- mal tral Florida and South got 81 Florida per cent only nor If j: Low Rates Good Results easy To Place

of gularly established for technic- Segregation Test
and continuing through May
I monies, was a bespectacled young I are just as important as under. per cent. 10 WORDS OR LESS. ONE INSERTION . 80e
1952. the payments of $100 monthly man who said the Ku Klux Klan ians to be on hand. Blood typing

weie made to Felix M. Sullivan was of "good Christians -I liming. And a good soil test iJ:;;| for which there is no fee, is necessary I For example. May and June- EACH ADDITIONAL WORD 2eDISCOUNT

I composed the only way of determining thi! I figures from the Raiford statior I
Harden Paid and good American citizens" before anyone can partici- Already Routine ;! OF IS PER CENT O\ TWO OR MeRE INSERTIONS
soil's need," he said. show 125 inches of rain in 1950S ; .
Then for the months of Febru- Doddering Old Men I pate- in Blood Bank operations., i, 23r ADDITION tL FOR BLIND ADS OR ADS !.NOT PAID I.N1 ADVAXCBKOR
| .38 in 1951, 8.9 inches in 1952w. : .
ary. May and June of 1953. the ;| Referring to the U.S. Supreme: I Inauguration of the Blood

payments were made to J. W. Court and its race integration decislons G. B. Adkins, Miami, Bank is expected soon. It will New State segregation laws FOR RENT-Six: :: .

Barden who now is a night city I he said "nine doddering I .Native Of Bradford make blood easily available when :] providing for extensive testing of c. T. a. RENT-Sn room unfurnished apartment S24 r N"." rhureS )h..d t.

toI I needed pupils will not drastically affect house. In<{tiilat Cay's Home St. I-hon. 175-W.
policeman and also a deputy old men in Washington D.C.. | \ for transfusions, providing -i, ,Appliance Itchg tf'be

Sheriff Reddish. I want the races to mix and mingle Passes After Illness Bradford citizens cooperate. i Bradford County's present practices -: IV TIllI.IQnm TKAFKIC I* L"-\ltIXET and C.tr"f'nler01'1....

From July of 1953 to March of and hug each other's necks. I Edmondson said blood will be''I Ilped School Supt. Harmon P AN AvsET TO THIS COUNTRY. OUt TENTH \\M\KRSIHV .d.Small .new.. and repair ji.hs acrrpt-
B. Adkin-. 51. died Wed- j E\ EKY GOOD CITIZEN ItlDlOS REPtlKED J. ( Ricks. HI. 1. Bu't 281--A
Crafton Morgan said this week.
in the
1956 almost three years-the ; Bradford County I Iarl...
"Like gasoline and alcohol the All )I."" All Modrlnllranuomhlr Sip 8 Id
to Fate nesday. Aug. 1, in Miami after a : Hospital's laboratory. j The law. passed in the recent SHun.u BE FOR IT. IF IT IS rhurcr* _.r..U....
$100 monthly
was paid he
races do not want to mix :' rn*<(. r. SHEPHERD NKHOMES
Brown who also Is the sheriff'sdeputy. shou'ted.! "It is not God's will." |brief illness # !I special legislative session, provides A LIMJILITY, EVERY Goon Ton W. Tall St. Markr. Ph. 2:19 Two and three beingconstructed bedrooms tila and.

One county commissionersaid : Naming Gov. LeRov Collinsjhe : A native of Staike he moved Annual Inventories I the School Board may conduct (ITI/E.V !SHOULD BE I hardwood floors ,? Hradford

te Miami 31 and for the "uniform tests" to AiJAINxT IT. THAT IS ALL FOR SALE New S x 8 x 16 Concrete -. Heights largo lot, Finannne
: years ago classify
the nayments were discontinued commented. "In Tallahassee I block. ISr Cement $1.50 rranged. Two bedroom from

last March after "some criti- today is one of the worst enemiesof r past 12 years was employed by I'Scheduled For GuardThe I pupils according to "Intellectual THKKK IS TO THE LIQUOR per bag. Mortar Mix 11.30 per fr"lII S .70.oa.: Thr'ii.'droozii
of Miami Water and I fll'F.STIO11\' TRTO bag- Bradford Engineering Co. and up Thomax <'(.ti.
the ability scholastic
City Depart-
cism" regarding truck rental. j I states rights." | I profic- phone 94. Starke It structiun Co. Starke 2tp SIt)
ment. He was a member of Edi- Starke National Guard iency." I \Kt: IT SOUND COMPLICATED -
Since the complaining trio specified -, He said Collins by constitu-! I
I son Center Christian Church. and will begin its annual audit and inventory The School Board also is directed ? (NATIONAL \OICE.) WAXTEO TO nEXT in Starke.
the smvtal audit embracethe tional edict disbanded the Legislature Attractive HomeSite I I three bedroom. unfurnished hou...
was a counselor for Boy Scout Monday night. j i to take into account "sociolo- Mrh. i-ary .Nazxturth
year 1953 there's a strong ,I last week when "Sumter Phone 4 9-W
I Troop 83.Surviving. '1 Company Commander Randal gical. psychological and like intangible Mre !.& nrrr l..t. hour and nwnirfr I III
possihihtv the purported "irregu resolution was on the .. I -
Lowry's .1.1: 1 miJr from Murkr on
his wife Catherine Chitty said an agent of the U S.Propei social scientific
factors" FOR SALE-
are '
larity" occurred when Barden was obviously O.K. Kmdrd road and about .t.'M trrlfrom ; Electric Sewing machine -
I I verge of passing. He was two children. Michael and ty and Fiscal Office for which will prevent "any condition p.,.... .!......"?. ,% rarr name brand
paid for truck rental. referring to a states rights! bargain al "I,345)AiO.FLORIDA good condition,
Polly: his parents. Mr and Mrs. Florida will conduct the inven-! of socio-economic class consciousness double bed fairly
The purported "irregularities"regarding C. Inquire
resolution sponsored by Rep. 'I 1
the sheriffs fee sys-I Farris Bryant of Ocala. The resolution J. F. Adkins Hampton; three tory of about $500,000 in property' among the pupils." REALTY CO 238 Walnut. 8 IQ 2tp

i brothers Donald Adkins Dundee. held by the unit. j I While the law strictly avoids Of Starke
tem would be difficult to comprehend died when Collins dismissed -
Gerald Adkins Hampton and The inventory includes ordnancetool mentioning segregation. its pur- i FOR RENT-Cloe in. d'sirabl* one
because of the complexity the and two bedroom .
Clarance Adkins, Wauchula; and and rolling equipment as pose is to continue segregation (Guy AndrewV.. B. Sew ell, Kea.sonable M:, and apartmf'ats.I Mrs. W H,
Of the sheriff's financing. i fienlleman
Southern three sisters. Mrs. Percy Kelly I I well as personal clothing and of the races in Florida schools t& A. J. Thomas) I -.-\uIIriian. 2:!* W. Mad.son. tfthgUL'BBEIt
Fee SystemThe 1 Sarcastically.. he said Collins Is -
Miami: Mrs. Ojune Ellis Georgetown :, equipment of individual Guards- : Morgan commented "In all 355 Temple Ate Telephone 383 STAMPS made to ord.r-
sherifff ;
Bradford operatesunder Southern gentleman who| I' dalers,
a "great S. C. and Mrs. Grace Beale II numberers. notary seals!
; men. I. probability, we'll do that testing. Starke, Florida facsimile
fee system.'hen he ordeputy ( stamps Bradford
a his picture in national magazines County
pets Washington D.C. Two recent re-enlistments were In fact we already test students i Telegraph tfI
a makes an arrest he against a background of ; _

bills the county for services under mansion columns. Funeral services were held in SFC Oliver P Hutto and Sp-3 I every yea, even the first graders. \\ AITlt:! s WANTim-Tall 911S-J I Z.% PJIZD O'l: SAVINGS KEYSTONE : -

magnolias and Bess Memorial Mortuary. Miami! Joseph J. Lamb. Lamb has served -,j "This law won't be so hard to J! &; ti Trui'k Mop 'fclig STATE HANK KE-Y.
a scale established by State doesn't word when A SED STONE
but who a H'IQ11TS.
say I
,I Saturday at 10 am. with burial six years in the local unit j follow, since we already give IQ RER Io'DIC. FLA" MIUI.
law. slander the
I those same magazines while Hutto is World War II 'and
in Southern Memorial Park. I a reading ability tests. \\HKX I.V SEED OFLandscaping
I'o. sibll. fee changes range South."
veteran with 12 years service One possible change rough!
from $..50 for an arrest to 23; The speaker was highly critical : land Clearing WANT A HOME? :
I I Recent enlistments im'luded by the law said Morgan, will bE Fill Dirt
,-ents for handling return on a of newspapers commenting Joy Elaine Brown, 6 I; Fating; Dri\'e\\'a'i* I lou ran have m .,.... new -..d.I I
Constantinos Kopelousos. Carl R testing of children before they
wairantAnd j reports "have made us II Feat Humus Building Sand I "!. three bed worn *.... r.... ;
I that news Passes In HospitalFuneral [osle\'. William Redfern and LeRoy actually enter school. Earliest Ojster !Shell plete In ...I'tJ detail for nhh-h '

although he bills the county :| I the laughing stock of some of the Ci aw ford. I testing now is conducted in the' you .... Day- .--.-- --- --._-. ,,__....
for these services in mostt'ases ,people." I' II SKEW .'. Mr "HI how >oa .... boa e
services for Joy Elaine':, I, first grade group. |'I and rtpUIn the propo.iHoa.
a fine or forfeiture more "The he said "is 'I I ,' ','
newspaper .r
I: Brown. 6-year-old daugh- segregat-I down .
Ryder Soil Another of the new L. TIIICPEV; rmnts.
than covers the amount he chargesfor afraid to tell the people the truth I J t::er of Mr. and Mrs Mitchell Group Supports ion laws authorizes school boards I I' flioniLly p..t. Ukp reat.

fees Consequently the county about the Klan. It is afraid to I Kt. 2 -- Bo\ 24.VI; Alton Rd. FLORIDA
II I'rown. were held Sunday in the I i Forest Fire ControlAt I to establish school attendanceareas : REALTY CO.

does not actually pay for the tell that the Klan is composed of Highland Baptist 'Church with SPECIAL I'HONK 297-J Of Starke
with the idea that geographical I :
Monday Meeting Starke. FU.
sheriff's services. Christian. God-fearing people. In- I Revs. E C. Harley) and Edgar grouping will automatically (Guy Andrrwu. W. n. S.......

Fur many months Sheriff Red- stead of the truth. the newspaper 1 VVilkinain officiating. i i A. J. T..o...*)
'! The District Supervisor of the bring about separation of -I. :i3:; .Temple .*t.. ieMarLr ..
fees : 3'i3
rather Ifon
dish netted large carries hog-wash. I K TIII.I"o! lit 5i.E3
The little girl died suddenly last Bradford CountSoil Conservation the races in schools. L.. t-ilcox: M: I'lur and Ail kin.Si Florida
from arrests made by State Highway the Bible extensively,
Quoting I Friday in a local hospital. She was Service went on record as But "since Bradford is one of 2tp S -.

Trooper C. Musgrove and he said. "Inte ration is not going 1 born in Jacksonville Dec 25. 1949. :i favoring referendum on installa- j the counties with a consolidated 1955 Chev 210 2 Dr. I.l'EX, SEt) KEXTTICIVX WANTEDOtod WI in-y .\NO SBIJ. 1.:1' FUP.M
ether troopers For example according to come because the Klan. TLKE. Klr.id J-ui-utur.- r
Besides her she -- : <. rtum? '. parents. is survived high school drawing students ppi> } i l' H.
tion of a Fire Control Unit during ione
to the County Judge'sre will! fight it" This comment phone 14' tfrhg j tftlur.K.VT
by two brothers, Larry and their regular meeting last Thurs- j from all over the county. this lawI Radio Heater New Seat .
< Ilrd,;. :25 Highway Patrol ar- brought applause as did his plea I : A (;.\S Aut-n.at.< Htt Watr
,Johnny Brown of Lawtey: maternal Will benefit the what- : \I.''f. S\I.K: : ..
day at the home of member Lloyd (I not county Covers 12. I' and 2.i' gauica *- Ifpatrr. Her\u f. '.-.. U.1 *
tests last December netted theohellfC's to "line yourself up with the I -t..t and.2: ili.r ..
grandparents. C. B. Bennettof i soever. I gluts. r-\< > P r month Slad.- (...' c., tf<'ht
Green I :-nlllh hlirll Srrxiir Station, Law- i
: office $241.50: in fees or Christian Klan. Miami Mrs. Clara of
Ryder Executive Secretary L. M. Hol- 1395.00 t. I' .Iti'hg .s,:J4 I'XFI-RXISHEn Four r'.".,, h.u-
an average $9.20 a case. During the rally many Klansmen Fairhope. Ala. and Mrs Beatrice for rent on Farmer Market l;(,
of the State of District
Soil Honors
In January :21 Highway: Patrol raised their masks so they Higginbotham of Baldwin pater- lingsworth Board 111111n in I> ; Soil Conservation Supervisors at- 1955 Chev 150 2 Dr. I 'l'l'I ITrMTIr III .iMiokreping andtinting .
.uses brought in $192.10, an average could relax and smoke. Thespeaker Mrs.i .
nal grandparents Mr. and Local Governing Unit 0 Learn at home in par* FOU KENT G ro..m, an
of $9.15 each. | was garbed but unmasked John S. Broof Lawtey Mrs. '' tended the meeting and invitedall 1195.00 iItt,.. Low <...-t ( me uf the I.e-t ; l .
members to attend the annual 'aid profusionrnliinitcd opportu JlII't 1107. Slarkf
Urolpt'dbruptl! )" : for most of his speech because Ina Bennett of Miami and Harley i Affiliate memberships in the I II 1111...- Mak J4.f'Ort to JIOIlOO a year _It_.

Beginning with February, however -I as one Klansman said the light II Higginbotham of Baldwin. | meeting to be held at Orlando, Bradford County Soil Conservation -' Clean 31 Ia' I'Hs irauii-il, I.kk..r| and' M\M\ I-HIE.ST Kinrt.rRdrtt-n rt-jr
August 22-23.: I 4< militants for lidtar- Morrlj.If I i-tratl'o Augii-t "A 11Ii
the sheriffs fees from thissource ,. was too dim for spectators{ about : District Monday than ..
Interment was in the Evergreen : The Supervisor decided to request were presented 1953 Chev 210 2 Dr. w. ran till .r.- inforHOME ,
dropped) abruptly. In Feb- 150 feet away to recognize him. to the five rountcommis- 1I..tJ"n.. 'I'I-VIAI. OF TIIK Ml'TIf'p I
with .
Cemetery at the State Farm .. "
I : space for an educational M .tlit I1: % ( UU.Jtfl: :' h. : $ < on old battery .fihani5t f,
ruarv his office received $4195.:>> The rally disbanded abruptly.The 'I DeWitt C. Joner. Funeral Home sioners and Circuit Court Clerk 995.00 Oil 111 DIVISION : nt-w battri Smiths Sh.-ll! Srm

$36 So in March. $25.90 in April Klansman "guard" said one in charge. Pallbearers were Dave I i exhibit at the Bradford County !1 Charles Darby. I Ii P. O Hoi IM'7: Jai. KU.K"t I Station. Lautt't.:: .'hg II':
Far to be held this fall.
$2:!* 25: in May. $29.25 in June and of the two speakers slated did Shuford. Cecil Whitehead James : i Receiving memberships0'1'1'1' I 1953 Chev 150 2 Dr. SU.K Two tifrtrixmi. Mingalown 1 FHRSH! F.(:(; .' FOP.: .\1.1-: f'harl.

$2: in July The average fee per not appear as scheduled. I Waters and Elmer Higginbotham. > j Commissioners Carl Prevail, E. ..n -- i I..r..at..r lak. \%'rlt.* 'I E SI...'.. P.t 1. )'", ITT-F: (;1'1'
i I 895.00 M J Kiland I/x 72. K">'sN.ne. ] fis Loop Starkf tip S'
iCounty Seeks
case dropped to about $3. I Group I iL. Crawford.. O Harrell, H. -iKhls Fla_ lip

The Telegraph asked Reddish 1 Bishop Jr. ana Mrs. Jessie RI I \vn.i. TAKE 'ron: One SentencedCounty Prison Pay Increase Legislator MeetingOn Kelt RENT I'nfirn.h.l.b.'droom; ; mv horn.-. day or night fall! d
about the drop in fees two weeks I I Chastain. : 1953 Ford Convertible house. hath living room';. kitrhenM Mi '. Parrish ZIZV I J'ratt i*
Reddish said that until Feb For 196 : Land AssessmentThe ...._ porch I.arg'ocher lot I ,
ago. Judge T. A. Yawn this Employees Foster Shi Smith and soil conservationist 1295.00 lipS
: Adjoin1-hoi/1 gr.mniiJ50 ii"
rmry. Trooper Musgrove cooperated week sentenced William D. Wood- GovernorA : Bill Haas made the I Phone 117 tfchg 1 FiR SALE bura-r K:'tat.. K

by radioing the sheriffs cock of Lake City to $100 fine or(Signed By Bradford County Commission presentation. Automatic Transmission I range r.d ""ndltn Sell rhi-a;
I agreed Monday to call on totE HENTiF.raUhrd .r Mrs ('hf'"t..r ,,",...d. 45(; W. Mad!
made arrest. Radio Heater
office when he an Xl'Top. -
30 a drunk driving charge. e days on $25 monthly pay raise for; 1 m.n St., 2'rhg 821 /
local legislators in an attempt j W .
Consequently the sheriff assumed ] New Paint It Townst-nd.
Mayor's Court Nets ....
the State Prison's 196 employeesat irr.
rv :Itihir 3/n
jurisdiction of the case at the to equalize State Prison land assessments -|f 1 i INCH TELEVISIfiV console.. J

scene and charged a full set of identification said there is nothing Raiford was signed into law with those of private i$95 From ViolationsForfeited Others To Choose From. }v7".OfiO: Three bedrooms 110.000 down at DahmT_ : ._tf rt

this week by Gov. Collins. and up Thomas 'Instrudlon ('0
fees including" the $7.50 for arrest -, illegal about billing for High- landowners. F'h'.n41*-- SPark 2tp S/10 FOR SALE 3 Uk.front lots

; way Patrol arrests. Some other The $65.0)O appropriation.which The action came at the request I bonds and a fine net- I'radford (fount 180-ft fronta.

But. because of what Reddish : Florida sheriffs use the same also provides funds for a I i'I: of Commissioner H. A. Bishop i iI ted the City of Starke $95 in the '\1 RATLIFF I FOR SALE Al':o nice ROVT Jersey Trailer"ow.W.It. andMltrr on Terms good.Anna sized Uke.S James rolling, Kealti grout

termed a personality clash the; procedure. second prison physician was i Jr. who commented "We should Mayor's Court Monday.Jim \ ('ok. lit I. Box: 417 Starke. Keystone Hnghts. Phone 251itp

coooeration ceased in February.j They .Ii.!. however say it was sponsored by Sen. Charley Johnsin talk it over with our senator and I Ricks pleaded guilty to :, Via Itp :! $/

find the Highway Patrol now bandIes I( undesirable and they have discouraged the special session of the Legislature -i our representative if we can. public intoxication and was fined CHEVROLET CO. ''I FOR RENT: Two bedroom house FOR SALE N. *. Kas tove, spar

most of its cases without I I the practice -since the I stop them long enough." I II I $25 by Mayor W. T. Jackson with all conveniences. See William -'nitr ment and alzl'! center rotker.table walnut, drop chill U

calling in the sheriff's office. As obvious intent of the law is not Prison Supt. DeWitt Sinclair Bishop said Bradford taxes the':: Those forfeiting bonds were: I Ii "OUR SERVICE : Silcox on Old Blanding table, twin bed, complete, ibox.Boy..r i

A result fees from this source to collect fees for Highway Pa- said last week the $65.000 appropriation -I Prison on an evaluation of $6 i Vincent Salzone and Richard I II PAYS DIVIDENDS" Road. ltp (north). Phone Ranch;<;.R Road nri

have droooed drastically-from ] trol arrests. is sufficient for both i an acre as provided under a 'Carter, running red light, $10 I c.r. Can an4 Court Streets I !

about $240 to $25 monthly. Their comments however, did the pay hikes and the physic i special legislative act. Timberland i each: Preston Padgett and Wayne WANTED: 3 bedroom unfurnished i FOR RENT Two bedroom furnish
Xothkif Unlawful I not excuse possible ''irre- larl- I ian. The pay increase is effective ;, of private owners is ass5- X Hayes publ.c intoxication $25 Starke, Fla house in Starke. Phone 429-W hnu"Inquire Also at 504 furnished t: Crownlee.apartme A

State auditors, who declined ties" in some individual cases. i Aug. 1. i' sed at $S an acre. I each. I I Itchg No.2:! 1